Waste Management

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 and methods include initiatives to encourage waste reduction, realize re-use opportunities, optimize material re-introduction, recover energy, provide safe management of residual waste, and make sure that initiatives are supported by effective policies and regulations.

With more than 50 years of service throughout Canada and internationally, Dillon offers the experience, in-house technical capability, and industry knowledge to deliver progressive and sustainable solid waste management solutions.

Aerial view of the Trail Waste Facility

Key Contact

Jeannie Bertrand
E: jbertrand@dillon.ca
P: 403.215.8880

Our Waste Management Service Offerings

Related Projects

Advisory Services
  • Solid Waste Master Plans
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Zero Waste Plans
  • Material flow studies and mapping
  • Waste reduction or diversion strategies
  • Waste audits
  • Technology evaluations
  • Material disposal strategies
  • Due diligence for solid waste services acquisitions and investments
Waste Processing Facilities and Technologies
  • Preliminary and detailed design, permitting, and contract administration in support of organic waste, compost, anaerobic digesters, incinerators, and waste-to-energy facilities
  • Facility siting and approvals
Waste Disposal Facility Design and Operations
  • Design and construction administration for solid waste facilities including:
    • Landfills
    • Transfer stations
    • Landfill gas monitoring systems
    • Landfill glass collection systems
    • Flares
  • Landfill closures
  • Operations and closure plans
  • Operator training programs
  • Waste facility monitoring (e.g., groundwater, surface water and other environmental monitoring of solid waste disposal or transfer sites)
  • Facility siting and approvals
  • Delineation and investigation of historical landfill/dump sites