Ram Environmental Response is a Western Canadian Response Company with a team of responders that have the capability of responding to hazardous materials spills and conducting site clean-up and remediation throughout Western Canada.
Ram ER has responded to large scale derailments, major oil pipeline discharges, highway transportation sector incidents, as well as many other responses involving a wide array of regulated and non-regulated products.
Ram ER is proud to offer clients a two fold approach:
- Emergency Response is effectively managed by an experienced response team managed by Individuals with extensive years of experience within the field.
- Once the Emergency Response portion is completed, Ram Environmental is equipped to remediate the site and provide our clients cost efficiencies as well as peace of mind that the job has been completed properly.
Ram ER is family-owned and operated and has a management team that reflects the same family values of honesty, integrity, and efficiency. Having similar approaches to everyday operations allows team members to share knowledge and follow directives on-site effectively to produce an exceptional safety record, high quality services, and ultimately deliver the best final product to all of Ram ER's clients.
Ram Environmental is proud to offer transparency to our clients for job performance on sites and all financial matters a client may have in regards to their site/project or small scale incident.
Ram ER is interested in long term relationships that are built on trust, transparency and top quality service.
Ram Environmental is very proud to have worked with and for numerous First Nations communities. The projects were all completed to provide mutually beneficial outcomes and Ram ER was able to learn a great deal during these projects. Ram ER is currently working to identify approaches to meet different needs and concerns for different First Nation Communities and looks forward to one day earning the ability to be viewed as partners who share a better understanding of First Nation members/communities and the history these long established communities and their families have.