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City of Edmonton contractors have environmental responsibilities and need to understand how their work may impact the environment.

Prior to starting work, contractors must review and understand the contents of the Contractor's Environmental Responsibilities Package and complete and submit the Contractor's Environmental Responsibilities Acknowledgement Form.

The Contractor's Environmental Responsibilities Package applies to Contractors engaged in the following:

  • Construction, Operation, Maintenance and Service Contractors working on behalf of the City of Edmonton. Construction, operation, maintenance and services include but are not limited to the following:
    • Infrastructure construction, maintenance and services
    • Building construction, maintenance and services
    • Utility construction, maintenance and services
    • Landscaping maintenance and services
    • Operation / Licensees of facilities owned by the City of Edmonton
    • General construction, maintenance and services
    • Supplier services
    • Waste management services
  • Hired Equipment Contractors involved in the operation of equipment for activities that include but are not limited to:
    • Snow and ice program
    • Waste collection
    • Hydro-Vac operation
    • Backhoe, truck, heavy equipment or grader operation
    • Pump truck operation
    • Street sweeping
  • Consultant Contractors
    • Directly engaged in work activities on a jobsite having the potential for a significant environmental impact (i.e. spills)
    • Directly controls the work activities of a contractor having the potential for a significant environmental impact on a jobsite

Contractor's Environmental Responsibilities Packages (updated January 2018) will be distributed to affected contractors by the City of Edmonton's Corporate Procurement and Supply Services with tender documents.

After reviewing the package, contractors must complete the Contractor's Environmental Responsibilities Acknowledgement form by initialing the items in the checklist and signing the acknowledgement at the bottom. Contractors must then return the Contractor's Acknowledgement form to Corporate Procurement and Supply Services.

For More Information

Gwen Barr

Title Procurement Manager, Technology & Strategic Sourcing



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