We heard from community members that it would be beneficial for Terrapure to create videos as a tool to better understand and increase awareness about the Stoney Creek Regional Facility (SCRF) and the ongoing Environmental Assessment (EA). So we've developed three videos which help explain what we already do at the SCRF as well as details about what we are proposing through the EA.
Proposed Capacity Increase Details
for the SCRF EA
Tour of the Stoney Creek Regional Facility Environmental Protection at the SCRF
As one of Canada’s leading environmental services providers, Terrapure develops innovative, cost-effective solutions to our customers’ environmental challenges. We have a long and proven track record of providing safe, professional and reliable services to a broad range of industry sectors.
The Terrapure Stoney Creek Regional Facility is located at the northwest corner of Mud Street and Upper Centennial Parkway (Highway 20) in the community of upper Stoney Creek. It has been a fixture in the community since 1996.
The company and its approximately 50 Hamilton-area employees partner with local industry to provide innovative environmental services and environmentally responsible management of industrial by-products.
Over the course of its history, the Stoney Creek Regional Facility has contributed over $22 million dollars to community groups, sports and recreational programs, charitable initiatives and local infrastructure projects in Stoney Creek.
The facility has also provided funding to groups such as the Good Shepherd, the Neighbour-to-Neighbour food bank, Glanbrook Home Support Services and the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice. In addition, Terrapure’s local employees have raised over $625,000 for the United Way of Burlington & Greater Hamilton over the past 8 years.
This website will be regularly updated with information about the Environmental Assessment (EA) process and the status of the proposed changes to the configuration of the facility.