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Through years of environmental studies, Trans Mountain continues to assess the conditions and types of land use in the Project area, as well as possible socio-economic impacts.Learn More
Our commitment to environmental protection extends before, during and after construction. Where we do have an impact, we make sure the land is returned to its original function. Learn more about our approach to environmental protection.
Read about the five rules for successful remediation our workers and contractors follow before, during and after any pipeline work takes place to make sure we leave an area in as-good or in better shape than we found it.Read more
Protecting the environment is long-term passion for Meghan Portz. An Air Quality Specialist with Kinder Morgan Canada, Meghan tracks and manages all of the air quality programs for Trans Mountain Pipeline, including the odour complaint management program and emissions reporting for facilities including Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Marine Terminal.Learn More
Working with TERA Consulting (now CH2M HILL), Trans Mountain has compiled a more than 500-page Environmental Protection Plan for the proposed expansion.Download now
The comprehensive Environmental Assessment performed for the completed 2007/2008 expansion through Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park is an example of the outcome of the extensive Environmental Protection Plans developed for the proposed line-wide expansion.Find out more
Find out how Canadian oil company Cenovus, which focuses on oil sands production, strives relentlessly to improve its environmental performance using new technologies.Find out more
Trans Mountain is committed to returning the land to as good or better thank it was before construction. In this effort, during the 2007/2008 expansion through Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park, Trans Mountain went beyond normal practices and conducted an extensive planting effort.Learn more
In 2010, Kinder Morgan Canada received the prestigious Emerald Award for its work on preserving the environment during the 2007/2008 expansion through Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park. This award recognizes the diligence of a dedicated team that worked across a varied terrain to protect the environment.Discover more
In 2008, two large greenhouses were constructed to create an ideal environment for plants to grow over the period of restoration. These were used to propagate native plants for restoration of the right-of-way following the 2007/2008 expansion through Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park.Discover more
A fact sheet and a summary of the effects of the 2007 spill at Westridge Marine Terminal has been compiled and made available online. The report shows that clean-up efforts have been successful and all but one end-point measurement were met within five years of the spill.Learn more
Calum Bonnington is a Registered Professional Biologist who leads the team that will look after watercourse crossings for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. This work began three years ago, and it will continue during construction should the Project be approved, and afterwards to ensure aquatic environments have been restored.Read more
Even before we sought approval in December 2013 from the National Energy Board for the expansion, field crews were putting boots on the ground to investigate all potential watercourse crossing options for the proposed pipeline.Read more