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Tom Killingbeck notes that water quality for mining sites in Ontario (ON), Canada, where BluMetric Environmental is headquartered, is heavily regulated. As a hydrogeologist for the firm, Killingbeck finds himself working on water-quality monitoring and management programs for more than 100 sites at any given time.
BluMetric Environmental chose the first week of April to reveal at the Ontario Prospectors Exploration Showcase that it’s opening a Thunder Bay office to better cater to a new client and scout for project work.
After more than two decades as an executive in the environmental engineering sector south of the border, Scott MacFabe was looking for the right offer to lure him back home.
Canada Carbon mandated BluMetric to complete the final hydrogeological report to be part of the documentation needed for its certificate of authorisation request to the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Fight against Climate Change (“MDDELCC”)
BluMetric has secured a million-dollar deal for mine-water treatment at a remote site in northern Quebec.
The MOECC has posted a notice on the Environmental Registry (EBR) of their intent to propose a new regulation related to 'Excess Soil Management' (ESM). Excess soil is defined as soil that leaves a project area (a construction or development site).
In the summer of 2015, the federal government contracted BluMetric to assess and document several sites of suspected contamination as a way to reduce the impact of this contamination on the region’s ecosystem.
Some two years ago, executives at Ottawa-based clean-tech firm BluMetric set a straightforward goal: Return to profitability.

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