Northex environment is one of the treatment centers authorized by the Ministry of Environment (MDDELCC) to receive and treat contaminated soil.
Also, in June 2002, the Environment Quality Act (EQA) was amended to give the MDDELCC the power to draw up a list of experts authorized to provide the certificates prescribed in section IV.2.1 of the Act on the protection and rehabilitation of land. Marie Josée Lamothe, President and Founder of Northex Environnement is one of these authorized experts, which gives Northex all the necessary legitimacy to carry out its work of consultation and rehabilitation of land.
Following the tightening of ethical standards in the construction industry and more generally in the award of public contracts, the Financial Markets Authority (AMF) has been appointed to issue permits to companies that want to enter into public contracts.
To meet these new standards, Northex Environnement has been accredited by the AMF to obtain public contracts. You can consult the AMF register for details.
Northex Environnement is accredited with many financial institutions including the Bank of Montreal (BMO), the National Bank of Canada (NBC), the Mouvement des Caisses Desjardins, the Business Development Bank (CDB) and many others.
Decontamination of land sometimes requires works of a certain magnitude. Indeed, either when removing an old underground tank or during rehabilitation work requiring drilling, excavation and eventually backfilling, it is important to verify that the firm conducting the work has all qualifications and authorizations before government bodies.
Northex Environnement holds a license from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ) to perform various specialized work including non-drilled water collection structures, autonomous sanitation systems, excavation and earthworks as well as smaller works of concrete. We invite you to consult the Register of RBQ license holders to carry out your own checks.