Environmental Awareness Training

Education

Nichols Environmental is pleased to offer site specific Environmental Awareness Training for facility managers/operators.

Environmental Awareness Training

Injection Headers

A Success Story...

Nichols Environmental has completed the installation of injection headers to deliver chemical oxidant within an active dry cleaning facility.  The installation allows for the ongoing in-situ treatment of contaminants in the groundwater, while minimizing disruption to facility operations.

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NAPL Recovery Systems

Nichols Environmental has successfully installed Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) recovery systems for our client sites in Alberta and Saskatchewan.  The recovery systems can be used in remote locations where NAPL is present in the subsurface and are a cost effective solution for managing NAPL.

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Petroleum Storage Tank Removal

Nichols Environmental's comprehensive experience in petroleum storage tank management includes both upstream and downstream clients. Our technical staff is familiar with all aspects of underground storage tanks, ranging from pressure testing, contractor supervision while directing the removal of UST's, and the remediation of impacted soil and groundwater.  Learn more about PST removal here.

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NAIT Work Integrated Learning Program

Nichols Environmental continues to support the NAIT Work Integrated Learning Program and welcomes Jordan Dozorec to our Head Office in Edmonton, Alberta for her two week field placement.

Hazardous Building Materials

Did you know...

Nichols Environmental undertakes Hazardous Building Material Assessments for clients throughout western Canada.  Hazardous building materials include asbestos, lead, mercury, PCBs and mould.

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Locations

Head Office – Edmonton
17331 – 107th Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1E5

Phone: (780) 484-3377
Fax: (780) 484-5093

Calgary Office
427 Manitou Road SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 4C2

Phone: (403) 452-1820
Fax: (403) 984-8803

What's New

  • September 04, 2018
    Our job is to determine if a site has been returned to a suitable condition, and understanding provincial guidelines and standards is a part of that.  While not entirely health & safety...
  • August 11, 2018
    Workers new to the job are three times as likely to injure themselves during the first month of the job than experienced workers. New workers may be at a greater risk on the job due to several t...

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