Our Work

We are experts in residuals management.  Whether you are a residuals generator, a policy maker or a residuals customer, SYLVIS can work with you to turn challenges into opportunities.

We specialize in bringing people together and developing synergies between residuals management and environmental or land management challenges.  For example we work with residuals generators to beneficially use residuals to treat landfill leachate, reclaim sand and gravel pits, re-vegetate forestry cut blocks, close landfills, improve the quality of marginal land, and create value-added residuals based products.  Residuals are also used as fertilizers and soil amendments in agriculture, forestry and biomass plantations.

We encourage you to review selected project profiles for additional details on our projects and the depth and breadth of our knowledge and experience.  Learn more at Why Hire SYLVIS.

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King County

The Resource Recovery Section of Washington state’s King County sought a biosolids and residuals use opportunity that promoted...

City of Powell River

The City of Powell River operates the Westview Wastewater Treatment Plant which produces approximately 1,300 wet tonnes of Class B...

Sunshine Coast Regional District

The Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) operates the Chapman Creek Water Treatment Plant which provides drinking water for local...

Capital Regional District

The Capital Regional District (CRD) on Vancouver Island provides wastewater treatment to a population equivalent of approximately 330,...

Sherritt Coal

Sherritt Coal owns and operates the Obed Mountain Mine (OMM), located approximately 300 kilometres west of Edmonton, Alberta.  As...

Municipality of Jasper

The Municipality of Jasper is committed to increasing waste diversion from their landfill.  To achieve this goal the municipality was...

Metro Vancouver

In 2011, the Utility Residuals Division of Metro Vancouver (MV) managed over 60,000 bulk tonnes of biosolids and water treatment...

City of Portland

Biosolids contain trace amounts of chemicals, the source of which can originate from the food we consume, commercial and industrial...

City of Prince George

Limits on trace element concentrations in biosolids, including copper and molybdenum, help ensure the suitability of biosolids for...

City of Prince George

The City of Prince George contracted SYLVIS to complete an assessment of short-term biosolids management opportunities. The assessment...

City of Prince George

The City of Prince George generates approximately 3,000 cubic meters (m3) of biosolids annually at the Lansdowne Wastewater...

City of Prince George

Pacific Regeneration Technology (PRT) is North America’s largest producer of container-grown forest seedlings. In order to provide...

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