Environmental Professionals Division

About

The overall goals of the Environmental Professionals Division are to advance environmental engineering and environmental geoscience, to promote education and high standards of practice in the field and to present considered opinions and recommendations to Council on issues pertaining to the fields of environmental engineering and geoscience.

Student and affiliate (not Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia) members who are training or working in the environmental fields are welcome to join. Feedback and volunteers are also appreciated in guiding the direction of the Environmental Professionals Division.

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Current Division Executive

Names and positions for the current Division Executive.

Name Position
James Spankie, P.Eng. Chair
Dr. Sarah Alloisio, P.Geo. Vice Chair
Barry Azevedo, P.Eng. Past Chair
Chris Ptak, EIT Secretary/Treasurer
Mamoud Bashi, P.Eng. Member at Large
Nelson Lee, P.Eng. Member at Large
Ryan O'Grady, P.Eng. Member at Large

Become a Member

Membership Types and Fees:

What Amount
Division Members: Registered members (P.Eng., P.Geo.) and licensees (Eng.L., Geo.L.) of Engineers and Geoscientists BC in good standing. $26.25
Division Associate Members: Engineers and Geoscientists BC EITs, GITs, students, applicants, and provisional members. $15.75
Division Affiliate Members: Members of another professional association outside of Engineers and Geoscientists BC. $26.25

Only division members and associate members may vote or hold executive positions. All members receive discounts on division-sponsored events.

How to Register

To register, please visit Environmental Professionals Division Registration (you will be prompted to login with your 6-digit user ID and password).

Events

Upcoming Events

Date Event
TBD No Upcoming Events

Previous Events

Date Event
October 17, 2019 Environmental Professionals Division AGM
October 17, 2019 Environmental Engineering and Geoscience Stream at the 2019 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Annual Conference
  • Cannabis in Canada: Overview of Production, Regulations, and Environmental Concerns
  • First Nations Water Treatment Action Plan Update
  • Sustainability in Contaminated Sites Remediation
  • BC's Crown Contaminated Sites Program

Resources

Contact

Please contact us at: [email protected]