Smart and reliable project management
TraceNet is a scalable project management platform for the secure transport and/or proper disposal of material.
Environmental, social and economic risk management
Automation and optimization of project management process
Interconnected platform allowing real-time updates and interaction among stakeholders
24/7 online report accessibility
Ontario Excess Soil
The new Ontario Excess Soil regulation (O. reg 406/19) came into effect January 2021.
The goal of the excess soil regulations is to both increase reuse of soil and reduce the risk of improper soil management.
The next phase of the excess soil regulation is starting January 2022
The next phase requires the use of a soil tracking software to insure proper documentation for each project and transport.
At TraceNet, we went much further than the regulation's requirements by providing powerful operational tools like automatic GHG calculations, real-time GPS tracking for each truckload and a soil samples manager to drastically increase field operations efficiency.
Contact us to learn more on the best ways to tackle the new regulations!
Ville de Québec
This project has allowed us to test the application on two settings involving the excavation of contaminated soil, one being a street rebuilding project and the other a rehabilitation project for a contaminated site.
Following this successful pilot project, The Québec City administration
has implemented the usage
of real-time soil traceability
within all their project in 2019.
This particular project has allowed us to track the entire transfer process
of contaminated soil originating from
a Nunavik site in northern Québec toward a treatment facility
in the Montreal area.
and Technopôle Angus
These two pilots projects have allowed to demonstrate the performance and efficiency of TraceNet on large scale projects.
The work has been carried out
under the supervision of the
city of Montreal and MELCC.
Royalmount, a first for a private project
The biggest real estate construction project in Montreal needed an exemplary control on the transport of materials leaving the site. TraceNet allows them not only to track each truck by GPS to make sure they are all reaching their destination, but also to compile transport data in real time for efficient management of a large-scale project.
Sanexen and Avatek Immobilier
TraceNet technology was used as part of a pilot project for the traceability of construction, renovation and demolition (CRD) residues in Mascouche to ensure real-time tracking by GPS of more than 50,000 tonnes of residual materials.