Environmental Infrastructure Solutions
Decommissioning of Port Robinson Lagoons

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Palmer conducted environmental investigations in support of the decommissioning and potential redevelopment of a wastewater treatment facility in southern Ontario.

Project Sector
Project Services
  • Environmental Due Diligence

Project Description

Palmer was engaged by engineering firm, EIS, to complete environmental investigations on the Port Robison Lagoons, a Niagara Region wastewater treatment facility where previous work had identified soil, groundwater, and sediment impacted by hydrocarbons, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and metals. These impacts were associated with the presence of sewage lagoons and imported fill material used to develop berms around the lagoons.

Additional investigations identified the scope of the impacted material to support decommissioning activities and potential re-use of the property by a more sensitive land use.

The Municipal Infrastructure Group York Region Infrastructure Project

  • Infrastructure

City of Toronto Sanitary Sewer Protection

  • Infrastructure
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