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Safety & Regulatory Information

Remote Water Solutions LP

  • Remote best-in-class chlorine dioxide generators optimized for frac-on-the-fly.
  • No additional hoses or cumbersome delivery of concentrated ClO2; all ClO2 generated applied directly to header via slipstream.
  • Simplifies hookups and avoids hazards
  • All ClO2 produced is immediately diluted in the motive flow.
  • Vacuum-based precursor delivery for maximum safety – precursor chemicals are never pumped under pressure.
    • Eductor-based valve design ensures no chemical pumps are required.
    • Increased safety due to 100% of the chemical reaction occurring in water.
  • Certified UL508A.
  • Simple HMI touch-screen operation with event logging that allows users full control of delivery so that all operations are effective and safe.
  • Chemical lines, water flows, and downstream residuals are continuously monitored to ensure effective delivery and safe operation.
  • Units engineered with industry-leading safety features.

Remote Waste


Remote Waste has all required workplace safety certifications, and its staff are routinely trained and updated on all safety matters and requirements. Remote Waste maintains a high Safety & Regulatory compliance rating and is registered with ISN and Complyworks.

The safety of our employees is top priority, and we are committed to the highest industry safety standards. Through competency training and by creating a culture of safety, working conditions are the best possible for our employees.


The discharge of wastewater in Canada is regulated provincially, generally through their respective Department of Environment. Parties discharging wastewater must obtain proper permits specific to each site and meet stringent regulatory requirements.

In Alberta, all providers of wastewater management solutions for temporary work camps and facilities must obtain a Variance through Alberta Municipal Affairs. The annual Variance approval process requires each company to ensure the effective operation of the treatment plant and to carry out regular sampling and testing of the effluent as set out in their operations and monitoring plan. Approved wastewater treatment providers in Alberta can be found here.

Professionals dealing with wastewater systems or issuing permits must be provincially accredited. Remote’s employees are properly accredited and regularly tested to be able to provide wastewater management solutions. Remote employees have Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP) certifications through the Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association and the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia.

Remote is a member in good standing of the Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association and the Western Canada Onsite Wastewater Management Association. The Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association (AOWMA) is the provincial not-for-profit organization established to educate, train and certify industry professionals. The association engages its member installers, septage haulers, suppliers, municipalities, and provincial government departments to arrive at sound practices that strengthen the industry and ensure safe and effective septage management for all rural Alberta.

Remote’s wastewater treatment system performance is checked routinely using independent testing laboratories.