As residents and business owners, it is our shared responsibility to keep British Columbia a beautiful place to live. Extracting natural resources responsibly is a process that involves some give and take and in an effort to maintain the environment, Midnight Sun Landscaping offers land reclamation for Fort St. John and the surrounding area. When an environment is disturbed due to mining, oil and gas projects, recreation, agriculture, forestry, pipelines and more, land reclamation is a way to help the habitat return to its productive or naturally-occurring environmental state.
A large majority of Canada’s projects involving natural habitats take place in our forests. While the science and processes behind land reclamation are ever-evolving and growing, the professionals at Midnight Sun Landscaping have the knowledge and years of experience to help you reduce your business’s footprint and restore the habitat following your project. Give us a call today to discuss land reclamation in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Chetwynd, Northern British Columbia, and the Yukon.
Advantages of Land Reclamation in Fort St. John
As our knowledge of humans’ effect on the environment has developed, our ability and desire to create a less harmful impact on the environment has advanced. Land reclamation is a broad name for several processes that help us rebuild the environment, however; reclamation is actually an ongoing process to be used throughout a project. Assessment of the land prior to your project will ensure that you have a jobsite that is able to sustain the work you need to perform on it. Evaluation and assessment during the work will help the land reclamation professionals create more effective and more sustainable reclamation following the project.
Some of the advantages of land reclamation in Fort St. John and beyond are:
With over 22 years in business, Midnight Sun Landscaping has the qualified professionals you need for land reclamation in Fort St. John and the surrounding areas. Call today to discuss your project.