Towns across Canada have been adapting to the changing industry landscape. British Columbia, once a major player in the Pulp and Paper industry, has seen several closures since the turn of the century and the rise of digital technology.
In 1910, Prince Rupert was incorporated as an industry town as it became the final Western Canadian destination for goods bound for Asian markets. During WWII Prince Rupert was a key military post, but once the war ended in 1945 it was left in a state of change as military personnel left.
Over the past decade, the Calgary skyline has seen substantial changes. Creative minds are working to reimagine spaces to meet the growing needs of our city and revitalize existing areas.
Tervita has been supporting the environmental efforts of the OWA for several years and is proud to be listed as a Prime Contractor for both their Pipeline and Facility Decommissioning and Remediation and Reclamation work.
In 2017 our customer intended to close one of their wellsites and return the land to its surrounding land use. Their commitment to environmental compliance and safety brought Tervita to the forefront with a creative way to bring the site back to the natural environment.
From November 18 to 29, Tervita employees made donations and took part in various fundraising activities to raise money for the United Way.
Our company’s roots go back to the late 1970s and this history shapes our culture today.
Tervita is proud to announce the launch of our newly designed website. Featuring a brand-new look, more information on our facilities and services and a fully responsive layout for all platforms.
Tervita leaders John Cooper and Linda Dietshe joined several emerging young leaders at the Calgary Chapter of the Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) Future Leaders Dinner on October 4, 2019,
Tervita employees organize and participate in yearly Household Hazardous Waste Round-up events at several First Nations communities.
Tervita is proud to sponsor the Boys and Girls Club of Calgary (BGCC) Stampede Cleanup Crew—aka the Tervita Green Team!
Tervita provides a bursary to a Métis Albertan every year to help students with the costs of post-secondary education and skills development.
As part of its commitment to safety, Tervita and its predecessor companies have been sponsoring STARS air ambulance since 1994.
Tervita’s Environmental Services Business Unit received a 2018 Contractor Health & Safety Stewardship Award from Cenovus to recognize our “exemplary partnership in promoting a healthy safety culture toward the goal of having an injury-free workplace.”