SEIMA is the voice of the Environmental Industry in Saskatchewan. We provide networking, communication and educational opportunities to our members, and our goal is to foster the growth of Saskatchewan’s environmental sector through promotion and support of our members and their operations.


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  • 05 Dec 2019 10:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SEIMA is excited to announce the submissions that will be presented at SustainTech 2020!

    Presentation Title Name Co Speaker Company
    A Case Study of Sustainability Based Decision Making  BENETEAU, Donna CHOVAN, Karen (Enviro Integration Strategies) University of Saskatchewan
    A Comparison of Soil Treatments and Amendments for Forest Re-establishment on Oil Sands Leases VAN MUYEN, Deanna Reclaimit Ltd.
    A little Phosphorus may be going a long way: the role of organic Phosphorus in petroleum hydrocarbon remediation and new ways to track it SCHRYER, Aimee SICILLANO, Steven University of Saskatchewan
    Case Studies in Anaerobic Bioremediation: A Sustainable and Cost Effective Alternative RIESS, Ryan PINTER & Associates Ltd.
    Catalytic Ozonation Technology to Destroy Emerging Pollutants in Water: Prospects and Challenges HUQ, Mohammad Mahmudul SOLTAN, Jafar University of Saskatchewan
    Design and Construction of Landfill Expansion and Upgrades for Peguis First Nation POVEDA, Mario KGS Group
    Environmental Prosecutions: Latest Cases and Defence Strategies STEVENS, Jacquelyn Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
    Evaluation of magnetized activated carbon for removal of antibiotics from contaminated waters KHALEDI, Kharazm NEMATI, Mehdi; SOLTAN, Jafar; PREDICALA, Bernardo University of Saskatchewan
    Feammox and ammonium remediation in agricultural soils BROCKAMP, Rachel Lynn University of Saskatchewan
    Feasibility of Using Desiccated Lagoon-Bottom Biosolids as Engineered Fill LEGG, Patrick LEE, Melanie WSP Canada Ltd.
    First Nation Dump Site Transformed into a Resource Management Facility LOZECZNIK, Stan KGS Group
    Hay River Solid Waste Facility March 2019 Fire and Spring Freshet Environmental Monitoring Program BRESEE, Karl Intrinsik Corp. 
    In Situ Sulfate Mediated Metal Remediation (i-SMMR) for the treatment of mine impacted groundwater CARLSON, Trevor DWORATZEK, Sandra Geosyntec Consultants International Inc.
    Navigating Tier 2 Options under the Saskatchewan Environmental Code PURVES, Jim North Shore Environmental Consultants Inc.
    North Saskatchewan River Cleanup and Assessment WICHERT, Gordon SLR Consulting
    Opportunities Of Microbial Geochemistry In The Bioremediation Of Mine-Impacted Water JAMES, Rachel CARLSON, Trevor Geosyntec Consultants International Inc.
    Passive Anode-Cathode Technology: Boosting Microbial Benzene Biodegradation HYDE, Kathlyne PEAK, Derek University of Saskatchewan
    Perspectives on Resilient Design for Buildings - How to Survive Mother Nature RAJEWSKI, Gord Pinchin Ltd.
    PFAS: A Review
    “From PFOS to GenX”
    OBAL, Terry Bureau Veritas Laboratories
    Reclamation of a Former Oil and Gas Refinery in Southern Saskatchewan Applying In-Situ Methods NOEL, Kalina COSSETTE, Travis SLR Consulting
    Regulator Variance Requests – A Tool for Site Closure HAMPSON, Jason Trace Associates
    Remediation of Bromacil and Dicamba-Impacted Groundwater  RAKEWICH, Barry BAKKER, Hans Nichols Environmental
    Room temperature oxidation of VOCs with ozone-assisted catalytic oxidation CHARCHI AGHDAM, Nazanin ZEHAVI, Ednali and SOLTAN, Jafar University of Saskatchewan
    Semipermeable Boat Launch Upgrade, Cudsaskwa Beach, RM of Hoodoo, SK ZRYMIAK, Peter SMITH, Dylan PINTER & Associates Ltd.

    Register Here!

  • 26 Nov 2019 12:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    SEIMA is pleased to announce that the 2020 SustainTech Conference will be held Thursday March 19, 2020 at the DELTA HOTELS BY MARRIOTT SASKATOON DOWNTOWN (formerly the Radisson Saskatoon) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

    SustainTech continues to be a well-attended conference that promotes sustainability and environmental responsibility and brings together industry, academia, consultants, and regulators to share ideas on new developments and technologies that help us make a better and more sustainable world.

    The conference highlights the latest environmental practices and technologies from industry, consultants, and regulators to address sustainability issues over the lifecycle of Saskatchewan's principal resource sectors, including: agriculture, mining, and oil and gas.

    The Full Conference Program will be announced Friday, November 30, 2019.

    SEIMA has obtained a room block at the host hotel for $154.00 per night.  Please call 1-866-999-0861 or book online here and let them know you are booking under the Saskatchewan Environmental Industry Managers Association or SustainTech to book.

    Click to Register!

  • 27 Aug 2019 2:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Canadian Environmental & Engineering Executives Conference is the only platform for corporate executives in the consulting industry to meet, network, and discuss the key issues facing the industry. Companies from across Canada will be represented at the upcoming 2019 conference and it is the only Canadian gathering of executives in this industry.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND : Presidents & CEOs, senior executives, leaders responsible for strategy development and execution, Chair of your Board, senior executives responsible for your Canadian operations

    Taking place October 2-4, 2019 in Vancouver, BC

    Register Now

  • 11 Jun 2019 11:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SEIMA is Proud to announce that SustainTech 2020 will be held on March 19, 2020 at the Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown by Marriott.

    We are now accepting technical abstracts.

    The deadline for submitting abstracts is Tuesday, September 10th at 4:00 pm.

    Abstract Submission Form

  • 21 Mar 2019 11:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Final Technical Speaker Schedule is available here!

    Please check out the Event Page for all presentations following today's event.

  • 15 Feb 2019 2:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Registration for SustainTech 2019 is now open!  The full technical speaker schedule is available below.


  • 15 Feb 2019 1:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SustainTech 2019’s Regulatory Plenary will feature the following speakers and topics:

    • A senior official from the Ministry of Environment’s Climate Change Branch on The Management and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases (Standards and Compliance) Regulations (the Regulations). The Regulations have been approved and will be in effect starting January 1, 2019. These regulations achieve the commitments made in Prairie Resilience to reduce emissions intensity at Saskatchewan’s large industrial facilities.
    • Tara Pidborochynski, P.Eng., Manager, Landfills, Environmental Protection Branch, Ministry of Environment on developments in the Province’s landfill programs; and
    • Len Andrychuk, Q.C., Partner, MLT Aikens on the much in the news and discussed Bill C-69, An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, to amend the Navigation Protection Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

    Please join us at SustainTech 2019. Registration is now open.

  • 15 Feb 2019 9:06 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thank you to our 2019 SustainTech Sponsors!

  • 06 Feb 2019 2:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A brownfield is an abandoned, vacant, derelict or underutilized property that may have actual or perceived contamination and has a potential for redevelopment. The Brownfield Renewal Strategy aims to facilitate brownfield redevelopment through the implementation of policy and programs that will alleviate and reduce the incremental barriers to brownfield development.

    On February 13, we would like to hear your ideas and gather your feedback about the direction, options and ideas we are considering to include within future Brownfield Policy and Programs. We are facilitating an engagement event to advance key planning and development directions by considering questions like:

    • What are the key barriers to brownfield development?
    • What ideas should be included in a brownfield policy?
    • What sort of support would you like to see provided regarding brownfields?
    • What provisions should be included in a future brownfield interim use policy?
    • What incentives would drive brownfield redevelopment?

    Please note that this event is meant to be for invited stakeholders or their representatives only, as it is technical in nature and not intended for the general public.

    DATE & TIME: Wednesday, February 13, 2019

    Workshop 1: 9:00AM – 11:00AM

    Workshop 2: 1:30PM - 3:30PM

    LOCATION:     Station 20 West - 1120 20th St West

    Multi-purpose room, main floor

    We are offering two workshop options so to better fit your schedule. Each session will be the same, each consisting of introductory information and descriptions of the project, followed with table-top breakout sessions. Please RSVP by February 8, 2019 by emailing brownfields@saskatoon.ca, with the inclusion of which workshop best suits your schedule.

    If you are unable to attend either workshop, a follow-up summary report will be sent out after the event with a further opportunity to comment and provide feedback on the project's direction.

    More details are also available on our website: https://www.saskatoon.ca/growth

    Miguel Gaudet PEng | tel 306.986.0993
    Project Engineer, Brownfield Renewal Project

  • 29 Nov 2018 3:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SEIMA has extended the deadline for submitting Technical Abstracts for SustainTech 2019 until January 6th, 2018!

    SustainTech will once again be held at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon on March 21, 2019

    • Saskatchewan's premier environmental conference
    • Regulatory Sessions in the Morning
    • Technical Sessions in the Afternoon
    The conference highlights the latest environmental practices and technologies from industry, consultants, and regulators to address sustainability issues over the lifecycle of Saskatchewan's principal resource sectors, including: agriculture, mining, and oil and gas.
    The deadline for submissions has been extended to Sunday, January 6th, 2019.

    Click here for Submission Guidelines!

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