Comments from a major construction firm

"All went well and everything looks like no one had touched it. Great job by your team and the crew that were out to perform the work. All our safety requirements were met and we were pleased to see that all parties involved also had safety requirements that we recognized and signed off to ensure a safe work site and job.  Great job, thanks!"

We attended the Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies

Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd. attended the Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies in Miami, Florida.

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Nichols welcomes Kyle Hunter to the head office team

Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd. welcomes Mr. Kyle Hunter to the head office (Edmonton) team.  Kyle is a recent graduate from the University of Alberta with a B.Sc. in Environmental Conservation Services and will assist with environmental assessment and remediation projects with Nichols Environmental.

We've been accepted to complete a platform presentation

Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd. has been accepted to complete a platform presentation on the ‘Bioremediation of a Dissolved Ammonia and Nitrate Plume Through In-Situ Reduction’ at the Battelle Conference on Bioremediation in Miami, Florida May 19-21, 2015.

Incident Investigation Training Complete

Barry Rakewich (General Manager, EDM) and David Nuell (Regional Manager, CGY) have successfully completed the Incident Investigation Training to further enhance Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd. Health and Safety Program.

Comment from a major insurance company

"I am always relieved when the file is assigned to Nichols Environmental, the job is always done properly and is a smooth process from start to finish, with field and office staff."

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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