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Wondering if your concrete trenches or sumps are holding fluid as per the AER regulations? Here’s an example of a common issue many of our clients experience with these floor drains. The NEED Containing fluid in concrete floor trenches and sumps and remaining compliant with AER D-55. The PROBLEM Concrete is porous and is not a barrier […]
November 15, 2018
It has been a little while since we have had a chance to update the news section of our website. Moving forward we will be making a new initiative to have regular updates posted here. The past few years have been very interesting times in the Western Canadian oil patch with lots of ups and […]
October 24, 2018
Some exciting news with a new pilot project that Halo is undertaking. We are currently evaluating a project were Halo coated several surface casing pipes for a SAGD facility in northern Alberta. The polyurethane coating will prevent corrosion of the pipes from internal steam temperatures of 200 C and external moisture, and ensure that the […]
October 12, 2012
Halo Environmental is pleased to announce the arrival of it’s new website “Halo Environmental” Please check back regularly for updates and more news!
September 21, 2011
Halo has added another environmentally friendly dust control product to compliment the liquid acrylic polymer being used now. A dry Magnesium powder that can be mixed with water to control problem dust, a less expensivealternative to our current dust control product. Look for this information to hit our website very soon.
March 08, 2009
With another winter come and almost gone, Halo was keeping busy containing numerous projects all over Western Canada, with the most recent one near Fort MacMurray. This project was done when the weather was at its worst at -35 C. Look for these new project pictures to hit our website soon.
March 06, 2009

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