Environment Waste Testing
Waste testing from SGS – comprehensive water, soil, solid and liquid waste testing that is compliant with all relevant Canadian regulations.
In Canada, water, soil, solid and liquid waste is governed by a range a strict regulations. Whether you need to fulfill the regulatory requirements, assess an investment opportunity or meet your corporate social responsibilities, our comprehensive water testing provides you with the reliable data you need.
Why choose water testing from SGS?
We can help you:
- Benefit from comprehensive waste analysis, including water, soil, contaminated land, solid and liquid waste testing
- Use professional testing procedures that are audited against the ISO/IEC 17025 standard by the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation (CALA)
- Meet all relevant Canadian regulatory guidelines
Trusted waste testing from Canada’s leading supplier
As a leading provider of waste testing in Canada, we provide you with unrivaled expertise and experience, offering a range of testing and analysis for:
- Effluent (including landfill, mining, industrial, etc.)
- Liquid waste
- Solid waste
- Contaminated sites
- Brownfield sites
We offer you in-depth knowledge of all relevant Canadian regulations. As a result, our contaminated land, water and waste testing is in compliance with:
- A range of Canadian regulations, including Regulation 153, 511 and Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) guidelines
- The Ontario Protocol for Analytical Methods Used in the Assessment of Properties (Part XV.1 of the Environment Protection Act)
- Analysis of solid waste as per Ontario Regulation 347/09 and the use of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) 1311 Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
- Hydrocarbon impacted soils leachate package
- Slump testing for the determination of “liquid waste”
- Ontario’s Record of Site Condition Regulation Ontario Regulation 153/04
- Ontario Regulation 511/09, “Protocol for Analytical Methods Used in the Assessment of Properties under Part XV.1 of the Environmental Protection Act”
- Provincial Water Quality Objectives (PWQO)
- Ontario Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002
- CCME Guidelines and US EPA guidelines.
We also follow the Municipal Industrial Strategy for Abatement (MISA) guidelines for industrial effluent regulation.
To find out more about our waste testing services, contact us today.