Helping our Neighbours in Ottawa

By Morrison Hershfield|September 07, 2018

Volunteers from our Ottawa office recently completed a neighbourhood clean up event for Ottawa Community Housing (OCH).  OCH is a public housing corporation serving over 32,000 residents of the City facing poverty and requiring social assistance to access housing.

Ronald Gee Joins Our Yukon Environmental Team

By Morrison Hershfield|August 23, 2018

Morrison Hershfield welcomes Ronald Gee, P.Eng. Water Resource Engineer, to our Whitehorse office. His vast experience complements our team and will be a great asset to our clients and colleagues.

Morrison Hershfield Welcomes Mark Parker to our Alberta Environmental Team

By Morrison Hershfield|May 30, 2018

Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Mark Parker, P.Eng. as our Waste Sector Lead for the Prairies. He is working out of our Edmonton office.

How We Make Every Day Earth Day

By Morrison Hershfield|April 21, 2018

When every day is earth day, everybody wins.

Landfill or Waste-to-Energy Technology? CVRD Asks “What is Best for Our Future?”

By Morrison Hershfield|April 18, 2018

The cost of operating landfills and the environmental concern is causing municipalities to evaluate their approach to waste management. With so many existing and emerging waste technologies, it’s a big job deciding what is the most practical, cost-effective and environmentally friendly plan for the future.

Environmental Planner Ferenaz Raheem Receives Community Leadership Award

By Morrison Hershfield|December 01, 2017

The Government of Canada has recognized Environmental Planner Ferenaz Raheem for a very special award.

During the Orléans Leaders Sesquicentennial Awards held at Parliament in the House of Commons this October, Ferenaz proudly accepted the Community Leadership Award from Hon. Andrew Leslie, P.C. M.P.

Mayo River Flood Control Project Recognized for Engineering Excellence

By Morrison Hershfield|June 27, 2017

“The award recognizes excellence, northern innovations/adaptation, sustainability, service to the community and enhancement to the quality of life through engineering in Yukon.”

Benefits of the Mayo River Flood Control Project

The Mayo River Flood Control Project has significantly contributed to protecting the Village of Mayo against adverse effects related to winter flooding on the River. It has provided future recreational opportunities near the lower Mayo River, allowing access to this natural area for residents. New trails now give residents the ability to enjoy this natural setting along the river.

Award-Winning Water Project Will Improve Quality of Life in Guyana

By Morrison Hershfield|April 21, 2017

Morrison Hershfield’s recently completed “Designs for Improvement of Water and Sanitation Infrastructure in Guyana” project and was recognized by the Consulting Engineers of Alberta with the CEA Showcase Award of Excellence in the International category.

Award-Winning RDKS Solid Waste System Helps Move British Columbia Towards Zero Waste

By Morrison Hershfield|April 06, 2017

British Columbia is proud to be one of the first provinces moving towards Zero Waste policies and of its reputation as a leader in sustainable environmental management.

North East Transit Garage Wins 2016 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence

By Morrison Hershfield|December 02, 2016

Prime consultant Morrison Hershfield and lead design architect gh3 were honored at the Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence ceremony

SunMine: One of Canada’s Top 15 Sustainability-Oriented Projects

By Morrison Hershfield|October 11, 2016

Morrison Hershfield congratulates the City of Kimberley’s SunMine on being named as one of Canada’s Clean50 Top 15 Project Award winners.

Work Continues on GO Bloor Station Improvements

By Morrison Hershfield|June 12, 2015

There has been a lot of buzz about the newly revitalized GO Bloor station in Toronto, ON. The station which handles rail traffic for both the new Union Pearson Express line and regular GO Trains, is undergoing a significant improvement and addition to handle increased train service.

Morrison Hershfield Study Calculates the Substantial Impact of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Programs in B.C.

By Morrison Hershfield|June 09, 2015

Metro Vancouver and the provincial Ministry of Environment worked with Morrison Hershfield's environmental team to conduct a study in order to help the Ministry improve existing Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) programs through better performance measures, awareness campaigns, and service locations.

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