Contaminated Soil and Residual Materials Management

Contaminated soil and residual materials management is a growing concern, and the expertise of a reputable company ensures fully compliant management of your environmental projects.

Tailored Services
Sanexen is capable of supporting your company’s projects through economic turnkey solutions.

Cradle-to-Grave Tracking
Complete soil tracking to final disposal.
In an age of transparency and eco-citizenship, Sanexen allows owners of contaminated soils to properly manage these materials. Our expertise will allow you to exercise full transparency with your clients.

MELCC-approved Facilities
The facilities operated or used by Sanexen have been approved by the Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques (MELCC) to receive soils and residual materials. Sanexen is able to provide copies of remedial plans, approvals, or other disposal certificates to meet your requirements.

FeuilleSol+ | Indoor soil treatment centre FeuilleCRS | Disposal site Download the documentation

Sol+ | Indoor soil treatment centre

Sol+  |  Montreal-East

Since 2016, Sanexen has been operating an indoor soil treatment centre in Montréal-East. This facility, unique in Canada, treats soils using various techniques recognized by the MELCC such as biodegradation, volatilization and bioventilation. The SOL+ facility is capable of managing several types of contaminants, such as PH (C10-50), PAH and MAH.

Types of Soils Accepted

  • PH (C10-50)    No limit
  • Light PAH   No limit
  • Heavy PAH     < C
  • MAH    No limit
  • Metals    < C  (if related to organic contamination)

Emergency Response Services
SOL+ can also receive non-characterized soils (< 50 m³) in the event of an accidental spill, or in cases of fortuitous discovery during excavation. SOL+ will sample the soils upon reception, and either treat or dispose of them, based on the analytical results.

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CRS | Disposal site

CRS  |  Boucherville

Since 2018, Sanexen has been operating a disposal site as part of the Landreville Quarry (Carrière Rive-Sud) environmental remediation in Boucherville. The CRS site is capable of receiving several types of soils, concrete, brick, rock, and clay.

Soils and Materials Accepted

  • Soils   Range below A or A-B, no contaminant restriction*
  • Concrete   Non-contaminated, diameter greater than 30 cm (reinforced or no)
  • Brick   Non‑contaminated
  • Rock  Non‑contaminated      
  • Clay  Range below A or A-B, no contaminant restriction*

*Subject to analytical certificate verification

 

Enviromental Remediation
In 2015, the environmental remediation plan for the former Landreville Quarry in Boucherville was approved by the MELCC. The work related to this plan, since optimized, began in spring 2018.

For more information on this project, visit www.crsvoisinage.com.

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