Environmental Evaluation

TeMeEngineering & Technology can assure you that projects will receive the high level of dedication and attention that they deserve, with methodical planning of all schedules, prompt resolution of problems and an end result meeting clients' expectations.

Our engineering capabilities include developing an in-depth understanding of your processes and systems to analyze the breakdown scenarios and exposures that environmental elements create for your business. We evaluate the integrity and reliability of your equipment & materials, identify hazards and deficiencies to deliver focused risk improvement solutions and reduce risks related to the environmental aspect.


The Environmental Evaluation includes, but not limited to:

 The quality of drinking water

 Sustainable development

 Energy audit

 Indoor air quality

 Fuel oil storage tanks

 Studies of pollution and soil contamination. 



 Atmospheric emissions

 Declaration of greenhouse gases (GHG) 

 Materials containing asbestos (MCA)

 Contaminated sites and pollution prevention

 Environmental management, including the environmental management system (EMS)

 The evaluation of environmental performance recognized by the industry.



 Equipment containing halocarbons

 Management of hazardous materials and waste

 Transportation of dangerous goods (TDG)

 Integrated pest management

 Management of non-hazardous solid waste

 Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).



 Energy management / efficiency and water conservation

 Wastewater effluent

 Species at risk

 Noise studies

 Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA).



With a proficient experience in project management activities, the above-mentioned expertises are accompanied, among others, by the following actions:

Providing expert judgment on the entire project in question and ensuring direct communication with the client and all stakeholders;

Collecting and examining environmental documents;

Overseeing the planning and coordination of all activities and resources associated with the project in question and the allocation of responsibilities;

Managing data collection, interviews, studies, development of quality management and communication plans;

Developing reports, budget & duration estimates;

Attending meetings and making presentations to the client;

Listing the equipment and materials, their service life, and cost estimates;

Calculating the current replacement value of assets.












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