The ClearStream Environmental Services division provides clients with consulting and field services focused on supporting our clients across various end markets such as Oil & Gas, Power, Government, Mining and Forestry, as these services complement our fabrication, construction, and maintenance service offering.
This division offers full-scope environmental and regulatory services, from the initial planning stage (pre-construction assessments, regulatory licensing and permitting, etc.), through the operational stage (amendments or renewal applications, water, air, and soil monitoring, waste management reporting and spill response), to site abandonment and decommissioning, together with the remediation and reclamation stage (Phase 1 and 2 environmental site assessments, remedial excavations, and full site reclamation including required regulatory submissions or notifications).
ClearStream has successfully completed over 800 pipeline abandonments including the removal of approximately 275 surface equipment and facility decommissioning across Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. We pride ourselves on delivering cost and schedule certainty to our clients while implementing our all-inclusive turnkey approach to asset retirement programs.
As an organization, ClearStream recognizes the importance of providing business to local and Indigenous communities throughout the various jurisdictions we complete work projects for our clients. For every project, where local and Indigenous businesses are available to provide services on a best value basis, our commitment has always been to use those services. The Indigenous entities with which ClearStream is affiliated and/or engaged in strategic partnerships are located locally in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
Our Environmental Specialists and Project Managers are available to provide insightful due diligence consultancy that supports decision making, and can facilitate any project transactions for various clients and ensure compliance against the regulations and applicable environmental requirements.