Pre-approved ECA for Mobile Wastewater Treatment Technology in Northern-Ontario

Pre-Approved ECA for Mobile Wastewater Treatment Systems in Northern Ontario

CSCA holds four (4) pre-approved Environmental Compliance Approvals (ECA) issued by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks for the deployment of mobile wastewater treatment systems in Northern Ontario. These mobile units can be deployed temporally for various applications: mining exploration, forestry, construction camps, temporary Camps, etc.

The mobile wastewater treatment systems are designed to treat domestic strength sewage for final disposal to an approved swamp, bog or fen. This type of approach allows for quicker project start-up as it allows for a temporary sewage treatment solution during the permanent ECA application process with the MECP which can take over one (1) year. Additionally, these units can be incorporated into the site’s permanent ECA and eliminate the need to install a completely new system.



Client Testimonials

"I would be happy to recommend Canadian Shield Consultants Agency and I would hire them again if the need arose."

Madeleine Nadon - Homeowner -

"In my opinion, the true test of a good business is whether or not you would use their services again. In the case of Canadian Shield Consultants Agency, Gerry and his crew, the answer is we still are using their services and we consider them our "Go To" guys!"

Wayne Johnson - Manager - YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg

"Throughout the entire month long project CSCA did not veer from the original goal and made MRWs time in St. Charles a positive experience."

John Sikorski - Engineering Technologist - M.R. Wright and Associates Co. Ltd.

"We are very thankful for all that Gerry and his company have done for us up to now...their expertise and assistance has facilitated the process of purchasing a good quality septic system that meets the Ministry of Environment's standards."

Ms. Réjeanne de Bois - Owner - Minakwa Lodge and Trailer Park

"We were very impressed with your heavy duty machinery, and realized we were not dealing with a start-up company. All workmen on the site knew their jobs and performed all labour with such care and skill. I must add a personal comment that the workers were very amicable, answered all our questions and did not mind the interruptions when we asked for clarification as to what they were doing"

Jean McConnell - Former Manager of Recreational Arenas and Swimming Pools - City of Greater Sudbury