Sanexen to open environmental services office in Kitimat
Sanexen Environmental Services Inc., member of the LOGISTEC family, has announced the opening of a new office in Kitimat, B.C. on October 17.
According to the company press release, B.C.’s strong regional economy and the growing number of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and megaprojects on the horizon, make it the perfect place for Sanexen, the industry, communities and Indigenous groups to come together as leaders in environmental management.
“Over the past several years, we have developed strong partnerships and collaboration with the local communities,” says Madeleine Paquin, C. M., president and CEO of LOGISTEC Corporation, “and feel that the time is right to demonstrate our commitment to the region by putting down roots and establishing a greater presence.”
Over the past 30 years, the experts at Sanexen have completed projects totalling more than one billion dollars in the environmental and water main rehabilitation fields, and this, in urban centres and remote northern communities across Canada.
“Our goal is clear,” reinforces Eric Sauvageau, executive vice-president of Sanexen. “We aim to stimulate capacity building and encourage the emergence of a strong regional expertise. This is what Sanexen is recognized for. Over the years, we have developed productive partnerships with Indigenous and Inuit communities and learned from each other. We believe that this is the key to success.”
Sanexen, member of the LOGISTEC family, is one of Canada’s leading providers of environmental solutions including site remediation, manufacturing of woven hoses and trenchless structural rehabilitation of underground water mains.
Over the past 18 years, Sanexen has developed considerable expertise and an impressive intellectual property portfolio with respect to its innovative Aqua-Pipe technology for the structural rehabilitation of underground water mains. Sanexen has installed more than 1,600 km of its Aqua-Pipe Trenchless Structural CIPP Technology in more than 350 cities in North America, helping them improve their water main network performance and reduce their maintenance costs.