CATAPULT ANNOUNCES OPENING OF THE TOWER WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY

Happenings Catapult Announces Opening of the Tower Water Management Facility Catapult Environmental Inc. (“Catapult”) is pleased to announce the opening of their Tower water management facility southeast of Taylor British Columbia.  The facility is a result of a previously signed partnership agreement with Crew Energy Inc. (“Crew”), a premier Montney oil and gas producer, to design and build a water management facility in their Tower field.  This facility allows Catapult to treat flow-back and produced water.  The treated water will … Read more

GIVING BACK IN THE COMMUNITY

Catapult provides sustainable water management solutions to help support our environment, our clients, and our communities.  Our focus on sustainability permeates through all aspects of our day-to-day operations including our volunteer initiatives.  Recently, Catapult employees assembled in Edworthy Park to help the City of Calgary in protecting the local trees from an increase in beaver activity.

While beavers play an important role in creating healthy fluvial water bodies, they can also cause issues in their surrounding habitats.  A single beaver can cut down over 200 trees a year and this removal of trees reduces the availability of treed habitats for dependent wildlife, while also creating beaver dams that can cause local flooding and even damage storm drains.  Locally, natural predation has not kept up with the beaver’s population growth and has resulted in forested areas such as Edworthy Park struggling to sustain themselves.

Catapult set out to protect as many living trees as possible by wrapping their bases with metal wiring.  If you’re interested in understanding what this “tree protection” process looks like, click on the City of Calgary’s link below.

How to Wire Trees to Protect Against Beavers

 

Ty Gervais

My name is Ty Gervais. I’m a Lead Operational Professional.
I have been with Catapult since 2016. I provide value to Catapult by supporting and developing the Operations team at the Fox Creek Complex. As well by living our core values in the pursuit of client service excellence, and maintaining both physical and emotional safety within the workplace. The best part about working for Catapult is being a part of developing a growing team.


By being collaborative, respectful, accountable, transparent, humble and trustworthy, we are able to unlock the potential of our people to create extraordinary value for all. High Performance Team is one one of Catapult’s core values. If you would like to be part of our team, look at our Current Postings page or Our Culture page for more info.

CATAPULT’S FOX CREEK EXPANSION

Happenings CATAPULT’S FOX CREEK EXPANSION Catapult is excited to inform you that the expansion of our Fox Creek facility is almost complete! We look forward to providing increased disposal capacity and exemplary water management services for our partners in the greater Fox Creek area.

CATAPULT’S FOCUS ON SAFETY: COR SAFETY AUDIT SCORE OF 99%

Happenings CATAPULT’S FOCUS ON SAFETY: COR SAFETY AUDIT SCORE OF 99% At Catapult, the safety of our employees, partners and the environment is a core value that is at the forefront of everything we do.  That is why we are proud to announce our recent Certificate of Recognition (COR) safety audit score of 99%. This COR score exemplifies Catapult’s dedication to our HSE program.  We understand that providing a physically and emotionally safe work environment for our employees brings out … Read more

CATAPULT ANNOUNCES A NEW WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY PARTNERSHIP

Happenings Catapult Announces a New Water Management Facility Partnership Catapult Environmental Inc. (“Catapult”) announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Crew Energy Inc. (“Crew”), a premier Montney oil and gas producer, to design and build a water management facility in northeast British Columbia.  This facility will allow Catapult to treat flow-back and produced water.  The treated water will be re-used for oil and gas operations, thereby minimizing fresh water consumption and water disposal.  Catapult will own and operate … Read more