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Cintec Environnement Inc.

Cintec Environnement inc.

Company

Several companies in the field of construction and landscaping are found to be at the root of the Cintec Group.  Since 1986, a major project in Canada, in the Montreal area, lead the Group to orient its activities in the environmental sector. The project involved rehabilitation of a contaminated former industrial plant and the construction of a maximum security cell to encapsulate 750,000 m³ of contaminated soils. The project was completed in 1989.

In 1989, Cintec Environnement inc. obtained the authorization from the Ministry of Environment of Quebec to build and operate a new secure landfill site for contaminated soils. Operations at this site began in 1990 and is in operation to this date.

Commercial activities

Expertise

Cintec Environnement inc. offers all services required to take charge and manage contaminated soils.

Services

Site Rehabilitation, Management and Landfill of Contaminated Soils
The Cintec Group relies on criteria established by Quebec’s Ministry of the Environment for the soils to be disposed in its maximum security cell as well as the ones that can be decontaminated .

Located on the island of Montreal, near major highways, The Cintec installations are easily accessible, minimizing transportation costs.

Management / Operation

  • Rehabilitation of contaminated sites
  • Excavation and transportation
  • Secure landfill
  • Environmental  monitoring

Achievements

LaSalle, Quebec, Canada
Site restauration of a former industrial plant in the Montreal area and construction of a maximum security cell to landfill 750,000 m³ of contaminated soils.

Construction and operation of a secure landfill site for contaminated soils.

Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada
Contract with Hydro-Quebec for the treatment by thermal desorption of several thousand metric tons of hydrocarbon contaminated soils

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contract with the city of Montreal to treat more than 6,000 metric tons of soil contaminated with heavy metals and hydrocarbons by a soil washing system.

Côte-Nord, Shawinigan South and St-Basile-le-Grand, Quebec, Canada
Contract with the Quebec’s Ministry of the Environment and several companies for the treatment and elimination of more than 25,000 metric tons of PCB contaminated material.

Larouche, Quebec, Canada
Construction and operation of a decontamination facility for electrical equipment containing PCBs where some 7 millions kg of material have been decontaminated.

San Salvador, El Salvador
Design, construction and operation of an integrated municipal solid waste management project including an engineered landfill site, an access road as well as sensibilization and social programs.

States of Aragua and Carabobo, Venezuela
Design and construction of infrastructures for an integrated municipal solid waste management project in Venezuela including two engineered landfill sites, equipments supply and closure of existing dumpsites.

Nejapa, El Salvador
Installation and operation of a steam sterilization system for the treatment of biomedical waste.

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Realization of a contract for the collection and transportation of the municipal solid waste as well as cleaning of the streets and public areas.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Operation of a fixed facility for the biotreatment of contaminated soils