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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Landscape Professionals

In contrast to many traditional soil products which incorporate the use of feedstock which must be mined, MetroGrow capitalizes on the...

Ecowaste Industries Limited

In partnership with the Ecowaste Landfill, SYLVIS developed an innovative soil-plant treatment system for the leachate produced at the...

Comox Valley Regional District

The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) issued a request for proposals for engineering services for the Comox Valley Waste...

City of Edmonton

The City of Edmonton (City) engaged SYLVIS to identify, evaluate, prioritize and implement novel biosolids applications to diversify...

City of Edmonton and EPCOR Water Services Incorporated

The City of Edmonton (City) is seeking to manage the accumulated biosolids in its storage lagoons with a program that beneficially...

British Columbia Ministry of Environment

Anaerobic digestion is a means of processing organic residuals that reduces waste volume, allows for energy production, and is suited...

Regional District of Nanaimo

The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) operates two principal wastewater treatment facilities that produce biosolids, the French Creek...

Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver requested guidance on approaches to tracking gains in carbon storage in land applied with biosolids.  SYLVIS reviewed...

Metro Vancouver

It is commonly accepted among biosolids managers that communication, stemming from a high level of understanding and acceptance of...

British Columbia Ministry of Environment

Over the last decade the British Columbia (BC) Ministry of Environment (MoE) has development two key policy frameworks that enable the...

BC Ferries

The British Columbia (BC) Ministry of Environment instituted regulatory changes to the Municipal Sewage Regulations that recently...

YVR and Sea to Sky Highway

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is committed to sustainability. As Canada’s second busiest airport, YVR welcomes thousands of...

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