Integrated Sustainability has been retained for the amalgamation of biophysical data in anticipation of migration to a new data platform.
Integrated Sustainability was commissioned to prepare a hydrogeological assessment in support of reopening a mine that has been in various stats of operation since the 1970’s.
Alluvial aquifer characterization program to identify a reliable source of surface water infrastructure to support development activities.
Evaluation of stream response to groundwater interception in support of fish habitat offsetting with a detailed model of groundwater and surface water interaction for design phase.
Soils Assessment Program to determine if there are any areas of environmental concern and support a British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) Certificate of Restoration (COR) for the site.
Evaluation of the Judith River Aquifer and potential impacts of water withdrawals on nearby cross-border water users, with the intent of securing a long term-water license in Saskatchewan.
Appraisal and installation of large-scale industrial water source(s) for hydraulic fracturing and camp water supply for unconventional gas development in NE BC.
Integrated Sustainability was asked to complete the requirements for a licence for groundwater supply wells to provide up to 205 m3/day to support the development of a new sub-division within the Summer Village of Norglenwold, Alberta.
Develop a Groundwater Monitoring Program to align with site-specific constraints and client-specific operational criteria and optimize a solution that meets regulatory compliance and achieves project objectives.
Meeting the requirements for the BC Oil and Gas Commission’s Management of Saline Fluids for Hydraulic Fracturing Guideline.
Obtain a term licence under the Water Act from the Kakwa River as a supplement two 200,000 m3 and 400,000 m3 surface runoff reservoirs.
Successfully modify a KERMIT application to be one of the first prepared and submitted under the new AMS application system.