Our Vancouver based office has staff experienced in advising and implementing Esdat for Canadian consulting and mining clients as well as international industrial and government clients.
Canada's provincial and federal environmental standards are the most complex in the world, creating a unique challenge for environmental practitioners.
EScIS has a long history working with Canadian organizations to ensure ESdat manages these complex provincial and federal environmental standards, can integrate data from all main Canadian laboratories, and can produce the outputs required by Canadian organizations.
We have consolidated this knowledge to produce a specific configuration of ESdat that is optimized for Canadian users.
All compiled environmental guidelines and standards are shown here.
|Canadian Drinking Water||Health Canada|
|AB Tier 1 Soil and Groundwater||Alberta Environment|
|AB Tier 2 Appendix A Soil||Alberta Environment|
|AB Tier 2 Appendix B Groundwater||Alberta Environment|
|BC Reg 375/96 Sch 3.1 Pt 1||BC MoE|
|BC Reg 375/96 Sch 3.1 Pt 2 & 3||BC MoE|
|BC Reg 375/96 Sch 3.2||BC MoE|
|BC Reg 375/96 Sch 3.3||BC MoE|
|BC Reg 375/96 Sch 3.4||BC MoE|
|BC Protocol 4 Background concentrations in Soil||BC MoE|
|BC Protocol 9 Background concentrations in Groundwater||BC MoE|
|BC Protocol 10 Hardness dependant Cadmium and Zinc||BC MoE|
|BC Protocol 11 Upper Cap||BC MoE|
|BC Hazardous Waste Regulation||BC MoE|
|BC WQG - Aquatic Life, Wildlife, Agriculture||BC MoE|
|BC WQG - Drinking Water||BC MoE|
|BC WQG - Recreational Water||BC MoE|
|ON Reg 347 Sch 4 Leachate||ON MoE|
|ON 4697 Soil, Groundwater & Sediment||ON MoE|
|ON 7382 Soil, Groundwater & Sediment||ON MoE|
|ON 3303 Water Quality Objectives||ON MoE|
|SK Environmental Quality Guidelines||Govt of Saskatchewan|
|YK CSR||Govt of Yukon|