QM is Fully Licensed

Within the complex and rapidly changing environmental and industrial sectors, we understand the need to continually invest in the latest technologies and innovative processes, and to contribute as a thought-leader in the community.

It is this commitment that allows us to safely deliver quality, value and integrity to every project from start to finish.

Bonding and Insurance

QM is fully licensed, bonded, and insured to wholly protect the best interest of our clients.

We carry a comprehensive package of general liability insurance with special coverage for environmental pollution. Additional coverage for specific projects is also available, including increased limits and other coverage as required by our clients.

We also hold an up-to-date registration with workers’ compensation programs in each of the provinces in which we operate. As a result of our extensive health and safety programs, we have consistently received preferred standing for maintaining an excellent track record of on-the-job safety.

Certifications and Qualifications

Our continual investment in industry leading certifications and qualifications ensures that all of our business processes are executed with a focus on quality and safety, while fully complying with environmental standards.

We have Environmental Compliance Approvals (ECAs) from the Ministry of the Environment in the application of specific treatment technologies and processes for contaminated properties, including:

    • In-situ chemical oxidation
    • In-situ thermal treatment
    • Mobile water treatment
    • Mobile bio-remediation
    • Stabilization/solidification
    • Mobile waste and soil screening

Memberships and Associations

We are committed to sharing the expertise of our seasoned team while learning and collaborating with other industries and professionals. As part of this commitment, we participate as active members on the boards of many industry leading associations, including:

Aboriginal Relations:

ABM

Aboriginal Business Match (ABM)

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

Emergency Response:

CERCA

Canadian Emergency Response Contractors Alliance (CERCA)

CIAC

Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC)

CAER

Local Community Awareness and Emergency Response (CAER) Groups

NFPA

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

OAEM

Ontario Association of Emergency Managers (OAEM)

Railway Association of Canada

Rail Association of Canada (RAC)

RDC DRC

Responsible Distribution Canada (RDC)

BCTA

BC Trucking Association (BCTA)

Remediation:

BCEIA

British Columbia Environmental Industry Association (BCEIA)

CBN

Canadian Brownfields Network

ESAA

Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA)

ECO Canada

Environmental Careers Organization Canada (ECO Canada)

OPCA

Ontario Petroleum Contractors Association (OPCA)

SEIMA

Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association (SEIMA)

Demolition and Hazardous Materials:

CCA

Calgary Construction Association

ECA

Edmonton Construction Association

EACO

Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario (EACO)

NDA

National Demolition Association (NDA)

OADC

Ontario Association of Demolition Contractors (OADC)

TCA

Toronto Construction Association

VRCA

Vancouver Regional Construction Association

BCEIA

British Columbia Environment Industry Association (BCEIA)

HMA

Hazardous Materials Associated of BC (HMABC)

VICA

Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA)

LIUNA

Laborers’ International Union of North America

The Finishing Trades DC38

International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT) District Council 38 (BC)

Waste Management:

CARI

Canadian Association of Recycling Industries (CARI)

OWMA

Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA)