Technical Advisory Committee

In order to optimize actions for the integration and implementation of the Traces Québec system, MELCC, in collaboration with Attestra, has set up a technical advisory committee representing the various stakeholders directly affected by the regulation.

Mandate of the Technical Advisory Committee

The mandate of the Traces Québec system’s technical advisory committee is to make recommendations to improve the web platform and its mobile application in order to facilitate the use of these new tools.

Roles and responsibilities of the committee members

The committee members will play an advisory role. They will have the opportunity to express the issues and challenges they face in relation to the requirements of the Traces Québec system from an operational point of view.

Recommendations from users

If you are a member of one of the organizations that make up the Technical Advisory Committee, we would invite you to send the committee your recommendations. These will be presented to the committee during the meetings.

Members of the Technical Advisory Committee

Association des constructeurs de routes et grands travaux du Québec

Pierre Tremblay, ing. MBA director, science division, technology et innovation

Website: www.acrgtq.qc.ca

Association des firmes de génie-conseil — Québec

Pascal Crevier, geo. lead environment analyst

Website: www.afg.quebec

Association des ingénieurs municipaux du Québec (AIMQ)

Julie René, ing. vice-présidente

Email: jrene@drummondville.ca

Website: www.aimq.net

Association nationale des camionneurs artisans inc.

Website: www.ancai.com

Conseil des entreprises en technologies environnementales du Québec

Kevin Morin, Director Communication and Governmental Affairs

Email: kmorin@ceteq.quebec

Website: www.ceteq.quebec

Association Québécoise des Entrepreneurs en Infrastructure

Dominic Rouleau, chargé de projets – Génie civil & Voirie

Email: dominic.rouleau@aqei.cc

Website: www.aqei.cc

Conseil des entreprises en technologiesenvironnementales du Québec

Kevin Morin, directeur des affaires publiques

Email: kmorin@ceteq.quebec

Website: www.ceteq.quebec

Conseil Patronal de l’Environnement du Québec

Hélène Lauzon, présidente-directrice générale

Website: www.cpeq.org

Fédération québécoise des municipalités

Website: www.fqm.ca

Hydro-Québec

Ministère de l'Environnement et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques

Julie Bernard, geo. M. Sc. directior of the reduction of the industrial waste and contaminated lands program Email: julie.bernard@environnement.gouv.qc.ca Website: www.environnement.gouv.qc.ca

Ministère des Transports

Réseau Environnement inc.

Jeanne Tremblay, Technical Coordinator, Air, Climate Change, and Energy Sector | Soil and Groundwater Sector

Email: jtremblay@reseau-environnement.com

Website: www.reseau-environnement.com

Services publics et Approvisionnement Canada - Gouvernement du Canada

Isabelle Perreault, gestionnaire, expertise sites contaminés, division environnement, direction des biens immobiliers 

Email: isabelle.perreault2@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca

Website: www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca

Union des municipalités du Québec

Website: www.umq.qc.ca

Ville de Montréal

Website: www.montreal.ca

Ville de Québec

Cécile Cognet, ing. Environment Advisor

Email: cecile.cognet@ville.quebec.qc.ca

Website: www.ville.quebec.qc.ca

If your request concerns the use of the system or for technical support, please contact Attestra’s customer service department at the following address:   soutiensolscontamines@attestra.com.

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Notice to transporters: The adaptation period for transporters ended on January 10, 2024. Since January 11, 2024, the use of the mobile application Traces Québec Transport is mandatory for transporters to comply with their obligations under the Règlement concernant la traçabilité des sols contaminés excavés (Regulation respecting the traceability of excavated contaminated soil).