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.

Member Highlights

  • 10 Feb 2016 3:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Saskatchewan Water Action Network (SWAN) in association with University of Saskatchewan is pleased to invite you to a SWAN Project Kick-Off & Networking Event

    February 10, 2016

    Wastewater is a valuable untapped resource. Water is more valuable than oil. You can live without food for 30 days; you can only live without water for 3 days. The world continues to find and roll out solutions that have tremendous advantages over legacy based solutions, but these solutions are slow to be adopted and slow to be leveraged or collaborated around in order to advance them to the next level.

     This event will enable growth and advancement in the areas of environmental, social and economic impact related to water management and water treatment infrastructure. As a follow up to the previous SWAN event, the theme continues to be “Water Recovery & Reuse”.  This event however will focus primarily on:

    • municipal sewage and septic hauling,
    • advanced treatment, and
    • recovery/reuse of water and fertilizer.

     The new SWAN mandate is to hold annual events that have more focus on tangible outcomes. These events will create more formalized relationships, alliances and projects (e.g. leave with new learning & networks but also with new action items and deliverables).  

     Agenda and Deliverables include:

    1)    Educational presentations

    2)    Formal announcement and kick off of NW Saskatoon Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Plant (WWTRP) Center of Excellence (COE)

    3)    Announcements of sub projects related to NW Saskatoon WWTRP COE and discussion of new opportunities (new projects, grants...)

    4)    Review of new potential projects and grants (based on attendee requests and discussions)

    5)    Review and update SWAN Mandate and Charter

    6)    Action Items and Next Steps

    7)    Formal networking event

    Confirmed Attendees: United Nations, elected officials (Federal, Provincial, Regional, City), management from Government Ministries, Universities, Technical Institutes, Private Businesses, Associations

    Location: Saskatoon Club, 417 – 21st Street E., Saskatoon SK 

    Cost: SWAN Members no charge, Non-members $100/person

    RSVPbrendaj.rebeyka@swanprojects  or call   306-715-1589

    SWAN Agenda

  • 12 Sep 2014 2:29 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Canada and Saskatchewan have announced a new job grant to help employers train workers to meet their specific workforce needs. To access a Job Grant, an employer is required to contribute at least one third of the training costs, with the remaining two thirds, up to $10,000, coming from the Job Grant. For more information, go to http://economy.gov.sk.ca/job-grant.

  • 25 Aug 2014 3:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     The University of Saskatchewan Engineering Professional Internship Program (EPIP) is now accepting postings for internship opportunities for January 2015 placements with an 8, 12 or 16 month term length (please note that 8 month terms must have the possibility of a 4 or 8 month extension). EPIP is designed to provide students with the opportunity to engage in quality engineering work experience as part of their degree and to provide them with access to a P.Eng supervisor/mentor while they are on placement.

    EPIP allows you to hire a qualified 3rd or 4th year Engineering student. In order to be eligible for the program, students are required to have completed 84 credit units toward their degree by the start of their placement. Students who participate in EPIP come from the following fields of study in Engineering: Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Engineering Physics, Environmental, Geological and Mechanical. 

    To post your internship positions for January 2015 placement starts, please visit CareerLink and click on the 'Internships' tab on the left hand menu. Please note that we require students to submit their applications for internship opportunities online through CareerLink. There is an option to also request that students apply to your website if required.

    We also have interview space available on campus. If you wish to book space, please login to CareerLink and click on the 'SECC' tab on the left hand menu; click on the Interview Request Form. Rooms are available for $100/day. We provide scheduling assistance at no extra charge when you are interviewing EPIP students.

    For complete details and important timelines related to EPIP please visit our website

    If you have any questions or require any additional information about our program, do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to working with you!

    Best regards,

    Kristen Woods
    Employment and Internship Coordinator
    Student Employment and Career Centre
    University of Saskatchewan
    G50 Lower Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Drive
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 4L3
    Ph: (306) 966-5227
    Email: kristen.woods@usask.ca

  • 26 May 2014 11:05 AM | Anonymous
    Time-limited introductory price for SEIMA members!

    ·        Comparable content courses costs $2000 & up.

    ·        Accreditation: approved by Project Management Institute (www.pmi.org) for PMP requirement. (This course qualifies you to write the PMP test.)

    ·        Accreditation: approved by Canadian Construction Association (CCA) for 5 Gold Seal Points

    ·        Professional Development: approved for PDU (professional development units); you get 36 PDUs and also works for other professional associations to maintain certifications.

    ·        Online Flexibility: take it when you want, from where you want.

    ·        Pace: take the course as fast as you want: review, progress & understand at your own pace.

    ·        Methodology: based on PMI`s PMBOK (followed & accepted methodology throughout the world)

    ·        Customized: incorporates other leading methodologies (e.g. ISO 9000, Six Sigma & LEAN)

    ·        Course History: taught at Colleges, Universities, Masters Classes, Public, Government for over 10 years, now evolved and improved through feedback and innovations of new online delivery

    ·        Course Outcomes: align with PM as a leading profession for modern day projects & business

    ·        Course Content: from multiple experts actively practicing in the PM Profession

    ·        Online Course Design & Delivery: methods based on experts in the field of education & knowledge transfer, supported online by chats, blogs, instructors, peers, etc.

    See attachment and also visit www.nexlevinc.com for additional details, demos, etc., or phone 306-955-0872.

  • 20 May 2014 3:28 PM | Anonymous
    Congratulations to Parsons Corporation, an international engineering, construction, technical, and management services firm, and a member of SEIMA, for having obtained a U.S. patent for an environmental remediation technology. The technology, known as NAPL-Away™ (U.S. Patent 8,679,340), was developed to progress the remediation of LNAPL (light, non-aqueous phase liquids) by way of enhanced natural anaerobic biodegradation. Read more.
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