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.


SEIMA was incorporated in 1994 by a group of volunteers who worked in environmental management.  It is a provincial association of companies and individuals within the environment industry whose members consist of environmental companies and environmental managers from various economic sectors such as mining, forestry, agriculture and governments as well as product and service providers to the industry. This diversity of membership is one of SEIMA’s greatest strengths as it creates linkages between the environmental industry, industries that are concerned about their environmental impact and government agencies that are responsible for environmental regulations or business development within the environmental sector. SEIMA facilitates exchange of information and ideas among these members and other industry contacts.

SEIMA is directed by a volunteer Board of Directors of practitioners and stakeholders within the environmental industry.  


  • To actively advise, represent, advocate and educate in promotion of best environmental practice and the growth of the environmental industry in Saskatchewan. 
  • To act as an environmental focal point by establishing a forum for exchange of information and ideas among SEIMA members, other relevant groups, government and the public. 
  • To provide a range of beneficial services to its members and promote the value of its Members’ products and services.


SEIMA is the most recognized and respected association of businesses and individuals involved in responsible environmental practice in Saskatchewan, providing high value services to its growing list of members and actively supporting their professional and business growth aspirations.


SEIMA will operate at a high level of respect and integrity in relationship to
  • its members, which include its Directors and Officers
  • its staff
  • its stakeholders, which include government representatives, other associations and organizations
  • the general public

protecting always the standard of environmental industry practice within the province of Saskatchewan.

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