Dillon works with our clients to develop long-term waste management strategies which are increasingly placing an emphasis on diverting waste from disposal. Founded on the concept of a circular economy, modern waste management programs include initiatives to encourage waste reduction, realizing re-use opportunities, optimizing material re-introduction, energy recovery, modern waste collection methods, providing safe management of residual waste and ensuring that initiatives are supported by effective policies and regulations.

Dillon is part of a leading paradigm shift that views waste as a resource. We look at how waste can be integrated within a sustainable supply chain as part of the circular economy.  As Thought Leaders, we are collaborating with government agencies on new circular economic policies. Concurrently, we are developing practical strategies so that industries can position themselves proactively on this emerging opportunity.

Our multidisciplinary team across Canada assists public and private sector clients in developing and implementing solutions for future waste management needs and opportunities.  We support public and private sector clients to support their environmental stewardship, governance and societal needs.

Our services include:

  • Circular economy and sustainability
    • Strategy and program development
    • Supply chain assessment
    • Impact / case studies
    • Re- manufacturing studies
    • Food sustainability
    • Life-cycle assessment
    • GHG emissions verification and project development
    • Facility environmental monitoring and regulatory reporting
    • Existing facility operations assessment
  • Waste stream audits and characterization
  • Landfills/transfer stations/biosolids management/material recovery facilities
    • Design
    • Monitoring
    • Siting, permitting, approvals, stakeholder consultation, and environmental assessments
    • Solid and liquid wastes
    • Decommissioning and closure
    • Hazardous and non-Hazardous sites
  • Organics
    • Siting, permitting, approvals, stakeholder consultation, and environmental assessments
    • Feasibility and economic assessments
    • Odour assessments and management strategies
    • Organics management facility designs (composting and anaerobic digestion)
  • Waste management master plans
    • Personnel training
    • Stakeholder consultation
    • Management options evaluation (programs and technologies)
    • Diversion plan definition, implementation and monitoring
    • Development of long-term waste/resource management master plans
    • Waste diversion strategies, feasibility studies, and operational assessments
  • Integrated environmental construction management
  • Environmental management, monitoring, and decommissioning for mine sites
  • Construction oversight and contract administration