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Burnaby Terminal Tour Shows Streamkeepers how Trans Mountain Plans to Protect Local Waterways

A group of local conservationists recently got a close-up look at Trans Mountain's plans for protecting the quality of waterways running through Burnaby Terminal.

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Managing Impacts: Pile Driving at Westridge Marine Terminal Delayed While Stray Sea Lion Escorted Home to Marine Research Station

Trans Mountain delays start of impact pile driving at Westridge while stray Stellar sea lion is escorted home to marine research station at east end of Burrard Inlet.

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Relocation of Vapour Combustion Unit at Westridge Marine Terminal a Complex but Seamless Operation

A team of 45 people worked for 13 days to successfully relocate the Vapour Combustion Unit and associated equipment at Westridge.

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Managing Stormwater Runoff at Westridge Marine Terminal is a Priority

At Westridge Marine Terminal, a plan has been developed to protect local water quality during storm events.

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Turbidity Curtain Contains Sediment and Protects Fish at Westridge Marine Terminal

Water samples taken near Westridge Marine Terminal confirm the effectiveness of a turbidity curtain installed to contain sediment stirred up during construction activity.

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Watercourse Crossings in Burnaby

A lot of time and care has gone into determining construction methodology and environmental precautions during Project construction to protect streams.

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Meet WorleyParsons, provider of construction monitoring and inspection for pipelines construction on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

WorleyParsons brings decades of experience in Canada and internationally to its role as provider of construction management and inspection in support of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Environment a Priority: Minimize, Mitigate and Restore

Our goal is to protect the environment, have as little impact as possible and where we do have an impact, to ensure we are returning the land to its original function.

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Constructing Through Parks and Green Spaces

As part of the Expansion Project, substantial work has gone into determining environmental impacts and mitigation methods to reduce the impact to the environment.

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Geotechnical Studies are an Essential Part of Pipeline Safety

We take a very close and scientific look at the terrain, and what’s under it, as part of studies to optimize the route for pipeline construction.

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Matt McTavish: Protecting Habitat through Environmental Planning

Matt McTavish, an ISA Certified Arborist and Horticulturalist discusses plans for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project related to urban forestry, vegetation management and reclamation.

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Aboriginal Monitor Training Program Provides Opportunity to Recent Graduates

Recent graduates share their experience in an Aboriginal Monitor Training Program sponsored by Trans Mountain.

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Innovative use of snow fencing protecting spawning salmon and trout

Innovative use of a well-known landscaping product is helping spawning fish avoid construction areas for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Aboriginal Monitors: Incorporating Traditional Knowledge in our Environmental Inspection Teams

A recent program has provided environmental field skills training for 14 First Nations students who have qualified to work as Aboriginal monitors on the Expansion Project.

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Environmental Protection Plans: Mitigation a Part of Construction

The plans detail the actions required to ensure protection of land, plants, wildlife, fish and the marine environment in all phases of the Project.

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Meet Matt McTavish: Certified Arborist and Horticulturalist

One of our experts, arborist and horticulturalist Matt McTavish, talks about removing vegetation — and replacing it when construction is done.

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Calum Bonnington: Minimizing Construction Impacts to Watercourses

I’m confident this project can be built in a way that minimizes impact to fishes and their habitat. As part ...

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