Lac Brochet Environmental Remediation & Alternative Energy
Lac Brochet, MB
Type of Work
Soil and Groundwater Remediation
Groundwater Cutoff Walls
In-situ and Ex-situ Remediation
Chemical Injection and Water Treatment
Environmental remediation of two diesel contaminated sites in a remote First Nation community. Part of a larger Alternative Energy project aimed at reducing and eventually eliminating dependence on diesel fuel as a primary heating/power source in Manitoba’s northern isolated community.
Mobilization via ice road to the remote First Nations community.
Installation of a subsurface groundwater cut off wall and water treatment system at the lake side.
Completion of a 3 year chemical oxidant injection program.
Training and employment of local aboriginal workers as heavy equipment operators, in applying remediation process, systems and techniques, labourers, and traffic controllers.
Management of in-situ and ex-situ remediation by chemical injection of two areas with petroleum hydrocarbon impacted soil and groundwater.
Decommission and remove/relocate all above and underground infrastructure associated with the School Tank farm site.
Excavation and stockpiling of hydrocarbon impacted soil at the School and Former Band and construction of an ex situ land treatment area (LTA).