Trevor Carlson is a Principal Environmental Consultant based in Saskatchewan with more than 20 years of experience focused on environmental remediation projects including the characterization and remediation of hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, inorganics and radionuclides.
With extensive experience helping industrial clients manage their environmental issues, Trevor has managed a number of projects using in situ remediation technologies such as biological, chemical oxidation and mechanical extraction. His projects extend throughout Canada and the southwestern United States. In addition, he has experience assisting clients through the licensing and environmental assessment process for uranium mining and milling projects in Canada.
Experienced in both the private and public sector, Trevor has managed a wide variety of environmental projects for industry and government at the federal and provincial levels. These projects have included site characterization, environmental assessments, remediation and monitoring of industrial, commercial, residential and agricultural properties as well as federal and First Nation lands. These projects include mine and milling facilities, industrial chemical production facilities, bulk fuel and retail fuel facilities, bulk liquid and dry fertilizer facilities, oil and gas processing plants and refineries, and a pesticide blending and storage facility. Trevor also helps clients understand the regulatory requirements facing industry at federal, provincial and civic levels.
Trevor advances the state of the practice as a regular guest lecturer on impacted site assessment and remediation at the University of Coimbra in Portugal.