Principal Investigator:Wiatzka, Gerd M Licenced Year(s):201320122011
The objective of the Great Slave Lake Area Mines Site Assessment and Remedial Planning Program is to assist Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) with its ongoing work to clean up abandoned mine sites across the Northwest Territories. This will be accomplished through a series of Environmental Site Assessments followed by the development of a Remedial Action Plan (RAP).
Samples will be col...
Principal Investigator:Wiatzka, Gerd M Licenced Year(s):
The Rayrock Mine site has been previously remediated, but additional assessment work is proposed to ensure that the remedial efforts were effective, complete, and in good condition. INAC has contracted SENES to complete a Supplementary Site Assessment, the results of which will be used to determine if there are any residual risks associated with the site and identify options to mitigate those ris...
Principal Investigator:Wiatzka, Gerd M Licenced Year(s):2007
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) has assumed responsibility for the contaminated sites of the Indore and Beaverlodge (Hottah) Mines and is in the process of characterizing the ecological and human health and safety risks associated with the sites in order for remediation strategies to be developed.
The work involves manual sampling and measurement with minimal disturbance of site cond...
Principal Investigator:Wiatzka, Gerd M Licenced Year(s):200920082007
The project objectives include the collection of information on: water and groundwater, sediment, benthic invertebrates, fish (species presence/abundance, quality, habitat), vegetation, soil/tailings/wasterock, radiological characterization, mine openings, infrastructure and general site conditions. Environmental sampling and monitoring work at the Port Radium site is a continuation of activities ...