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September 2021

BC Carbon Calculator for Trenchless Works

Presented by the Municipal Engineers Division

Status: Seats are Available
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Time: Login: 10:15 AM Pacific Time
Presentation: 10:30 AM–11:30 AM Pacific Time (including 15 minutes of Q&A)
Location: Webinar
Credit: Eligible for 1 CE Hour of Technical Learning.
Cost: The webinar and the entire 2021 MED Knowledge Sharing Series is free for all Municipal Engineers Division members.

Non-member of the Municipal Engineers Division:
$25 + GST = $26.25

If you are a non-member of the Municipal Engineers Division and would like to view future webinars in this series, please first join the Division by signing up here: egbc.ca/Account/Update-Division-Membership

Please note that all attendees must have an online account with Engineers and Geoscientists BC prior to registering for webinars. For non-registrants and first-time users, this will mean creating a new account. Once your account is created, please login and return to the event registration page to complete your registration. Please note that non-registrants of Engineers and Geoscientists BC can also become Municipal Engineers Division members.

To learn more about the Municipal Engineers Division and division membership please visit our page here: Municipal Engineers Division
Contact: If you have questions, please contact [email protected].

Please note that this presentation will be recorded for later viewing.
Important Dates: Please register by Friday, September 24.
This presentation will focus the BC Carbon Calculator for Trenchless Works, a tool that determines the GHG emission reduction resulting from using trenchless construction methods.

Over this past year, cities throughout BC have been introduced to the BC Carbon Calculator. It is a program that determines the carbon/greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction afforded when a trenchless construction method is used to install and/or rehab an underground utility. While it is sustainability or climate action staff in a local government that initially may use the BC Carbon Calculator, it is hoped that engineering staff may also use the program when considering the use of a trenchless method for their utility installation or rehabilitation projects.

The BC Carbon Calculator is approved for use by the province of BC, and is posted as a “tool kit”. Project criteria are provided by engineering or capital works departments as inputs to the program. The resulting tonnage as quantified by the program can then be documented as carbon emission reduction.

The BC Carbon Calculator is made in BC, for use in BC. Current users of the program are the City of Prince George, City of Victoria, and Metro Vancouver.

Speaker

Preston Creelman, P.Eng.

Preston Creelman, P.Eng., has 35 years of experience in the production, quality control, and technical marketing for concrete and PVC pipe, including specialized pipe used for trenchless construction.

Preston was actively involved in the industry as Past Member of the MMCD Sub-committee for pipe specifications, past member of the working group that developed the MMCD Contract Administrator position, Past Chair of Uni-Bell Operating Committee, and Past Chair of BC Chapter of NASTT.

Retired from full time work at NAPCO Royal Pipe in May 2020, he is currently consulting part-time for the Trenchless Industry. He is a voting member of the AWWA Pipe Rehab Committee. He is a registered professional engineer in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.



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