What is the role of an “Environmental monitor”?
An “environmental monitor” may be required by various government agencies or stakeholders to ensure that project conditions are met and environmental impact is minimized.
The role of an environmental monitor may include the following:
- Act as a liaison between government and industry.
- Observe the impacts of industrial activities and communicate observations to various stakeholders.
- Provide practical solutions in the best interest of both industry and the environment.
When is an Environmental monitor required?
Environmental monitors are required by a variety of government agencies to monitor industrial and human activity throughout Western Canada.
Some of these activities include:
- Seismic exploration
- Drilling construction
- Pipeline construction
- Road construction
- Movement of heavy equipment
- Mining exploration
How can EnviroSearch assist you?
Our staff, through years of education and experience, has developed the expertise to effectively monitor all phases of industrial activity.
We have monitored activities throughout Western Canada in the following conditions.
- Slopes and sensitive terrain
- Rare and endangered species and habitats
- Sand hills
- Lake and river crossings
- First Nation Land
- Federal and Provincial Crown Lands