Hazco

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HAZCO Environmental Services
Type Private Subsidiary of CCS Inc.
Industry Oil and Gasoline
Key people David Mattinson, President, Gregory Campbell, Executive Vice President
Products Environmental & Decommissioning services
Revenue Green Arrow Up.svg$333.9 Million CAN (2006)
Website www.hazco.com

HAZCO Environmental Services is a Canadian Environmental Services and Demolition Services Contractor.

Services & Projects[edit]

Tervita's (formerly Hazco) services include Environmental remediation, Facility decommissioning & Demolition, Waste management, Environmental construction, Environmental technologies including Water Treatment, Hazmat Emergency response, Landfill services and management of Drilling wastes.[1]

Tervita (formerly HAZCO) managed projects include the remediation of Vancouver Canada's Pacific Place lands, which became the Vancouver Olympic Village, the demolition and steel recovery of the Ocean Falls pulp mill on Vancouver Island, remediation of the historic Brittania Mine, and demolition of downtown Vancouver's Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) building.[2]

History[edit]

Originally formed in 1989, in 2004 HAZCO became a subsidiary of the Tervita (formerly CCS Corporation Group) of Companies after being acquired for reportedly $82 Million.[3] David P. Werklund and a group of six private equity funds were successfully able to purchase all outstanding shares of the CCS Trust in 2007 in order to take the entire company private. The 2007 buyout was for a sum totaling approximately $3.5 Billion (Canadian).[4] The CCS Group of Companies includes other firms, such as: Concord, Lionhead and Prodrill.

HAZCO's Corporate office is based in Calgary, Alberta with other offices and facilities in B.C., Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Nunavut and Nova Scotia. HAZCO is also located in Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon and Peru.[5] HAZCO's Clients include Native Groups, Federal, Provincial and Municipal Government, "Big Oil" Firms, other Large Industry, Consulting & Engineering Firms and other Private Business.

In 2012, HAZCO and the rest of the other divisions of CCS Corporation rebranded into 'Tervita'. [6]

Corporate Governance[edit]

The current HAZCO Executive include: Gregory Campbell and Garry Smith.[7]

The current Executive of CCS Inc., include: David P. Werklund, John Gibson, David Fulton[8]

External links[edit]

HAZCO on March 14th 2012 became known as TERVITA which is a combination of all CCS Business Lines.

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