ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

WesPac Midstream – Vancouver has filed an environmental assessment application with the Environmental Assessment Office of BC. The project is now in the application review phase, which provides a forum for Indigenous communities, regulatory agencies, stakeholders and the general public to review and comment on our project and application. As part of this process we will work to address the concerns that are raised and we anticipate this process will require at a minimum the following technical assessments:

  • Fisheries, Aquatic Resources and Water Quality
  • Terrestrial Wildlife and Vegetation;
  • Air and Climate Change;
  • Screening Level Contaminated Sites;
  • Marine Geo-Hazard;
  • Socioeconomic;
  • Marine Navigation;
  • Aesthetics;
  • Archaeological, Historical and Heritage;
  • Resources;
  • Noise;
  • Public Health

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESMENT

WesPac Midstream – Vancouver has filed an environmental assessment application with the Environmental Assessment Office of BC. The project is now in the application review phase, which provides a forum for Indigenous communities, regulatory agencies, stakeholders and the general public to review and comment on our project and application. As part of this process we will work to address the concerns that are raised and we anticipate this process will require at a minimum the following technical assessments:

  • Fisheries, Aquatic Resources and Water Quality
  • Terrestrial Wildlife and Vegetation;
  • Air and Climate Change;
  • Screening Level Contaminated Sites;
  • Marine Geo-Hazard;
  • Socioeconomic;
  • Marine Navigation;
  • Aesthetics;
  • Archaeological, Historical and Heritage;
  • Resources;
  • Noise;
  • Public Health

 

PROJECT TIMELINE

Tilbury Pacific has recently filed the environmental assessment application and will begin public consultations in the Spring of 2019.

If you want to get involved in the public consultations, you can connect with us or learn more about upcoming events.

PROJECT TIMELINE

Tilbury Pacific has recently filed the environmental assessment application and will begin public consultations in the Spring of 2019.

If you want to get involved in the public consultations, you can connect with us or learn more about upcoming events.

CONSULTATION

We’re committed to consulting with Indigenous communities and our project team has met in person with most of the local First Nations with traditional territory in the vicinity of the project. These communities have provided input into the project at various stages of development.

This process has helped us better understand the history and significance of the land and people of the area, which has resulted in some design changes to limit environmental impacts. As the project moves forward, Indigenous communities will have opportunities for training and employment, business procurement and ongoing monitoring.

CONSULTATION

We’re committed to consulting with Indigenous communities and our project team has met in person with most of the local First Nations with traditional territory in the vicinity of the project. These communities have provided input into the project at various stages of development.

This process has helped us better understand the history and significance of the land and people of the area, which has resulted in some design changes to limit environmental impacts. As the project moves forward, Indigenous communities will have opportunities for training and employment, business procurement and ongoing monitoring.

 

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

The Tilbury Pacific project team is committed to working with local communities to understand and document questions, concerns, and input. Consultation with Indigenous communities and the general public will be continuing in Spring 2019. Members of the public can ask questions or share feedback about the project by:

Participating in open houses. The Tilbury Pacific project team and technical team members will be available to answer questions and to provide more details about the project. You can also click here to view the project poster boards that are displayed at the open houses.

Submitting your questions or comments by email to:
Info@TilburyPacific.ca or calling 1-855-592-7725. All comments will be fully considered as part of the EAO process.

Submit your comments on our project to the EAO online, by email or by fax.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

The Tilbury Pacific project team is committed to working with local communities to understand and document questions, concerns, and input. Consultation with Indigenous communities and the general public will be continuing in Spring 2019. Members of the public can ask questions or share feedback about the project by:

Participating in open houses. The Tilbury Pacific project team and technical team members will be available to answer questions and to provide more details about the project. You can also click here to view the project poster boards that are displayed at the open houses.

Submitting your questions or comments by email to:
Info@TilburyPacific.ca or calling 1-855-592-7725. All comments will be fully considered as part of the EAO process.

Submit your comments on our project to the EAO online, by email or by fax.

HOW WILL MY INPUT BE CONSIDERED?

We’re listening to the comments we’re receiving and are committed to developing strategies to limit our impact on the surrounding community through the design and operation of Tilbury Pacific. We’re documenting this feedback to include in the project records submitted during regulatory reviews.

In fact, the Tilbury Pacific project team has already made some significant changes to the project to minimize the impact on the local environment and marine life. Examples include:

  • Reducing the trestle length and width
  • Using grating on the walkways to allow significantly more sunlight to pass through minimizing environmental impacts to marine life

HOW WILL MY INPUT BE CONSIDERED?

We’re listening to the comments we’re receiving and are committed to developing strategies to limit our impact on the surrounding community through the design and operation of Tilbury Pacific. We’re documenting this feedback to include in the project records submitted during regulatory reviews.

In fact, the Tilbury Pacific project team has already made some significant changes to the project to minimize the impact on the local environment and marine life. Examples include:

  • Reducing the trestle length and width
  • Using grating on the walkways to allow significantly more sunlight to pass through minimizing environmental impacts to marine life.