The MLRA interviews United Soils Management on regulations & safeguards governing the restoration of the former Lee Sand and Gravel Pit.
Rarely do you get a large company taking time to be interviewed by a local residents association. United Soils Management is to be commended for participating in these interviews.
Alec Cloke, owner of United Soils Management along with Rick Wigmore, president of the Musselman’s Lake Residents Association (MLRA), take time to sit and chat with Charlene Jones concerning regulations & safeguards governing the Lee Sand and Gravel Restoration Project.
United Soils Management with over 35 years of soil management ensures that its landfill sites are designed and operated to minimize any potential impact on both the environment and local communities.
United Soils Management is working closely with the Town of Whitchurch Stouffville, Councillor Phil Bannon and the MLRA to set a new standard for future restoration projects such as this one.
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This is the final part of a three part interview. This segment covers the effects on the community.