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Tervita is a leading North American environmental and energy services company. Our more than 4,000 dedicated employees partner with natural resource and industrial companies that share our values and work with them to create a sustainable future. Safety is our highest priority: it influences our actions, guides our decisions and shapes our culture. 
With a history of nearly three decades, we have developed a network of more than 95 state-of-the-art waste management facilities and a fleet of specialized equipment that provide unparalleled efficiencies that address production and operational waste challenges. Our highly effective, convenient and environmentally sound solutions help minimize environmental impact and maximize returns.   

Our people are energetic, proactive and committed to maximizing the output of our oil, gas and other industrial clients, while working to minimize their impact on our planet. We offer competitive wages, challenging opportunities, room for advancement and a culture that puts safety first, above all else.

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    Moving Reclamation Forward

    Tervita is a partner in the groundbreaking FORWARD III research effort – a five-year oil sands research project.

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  • Convenient Facilities

    Convenient Facilities

    Tervita has more than 140 facilities and offices in Canada and the United States.

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    Improving the Bakken Basin

    Williston, ND has become the center for shale oil drilling in the US and Tervita is helping producers keep their development footprints smaller.

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