practises in the areas of administrative, municipal, urban planning, environmental and energy law. In environmental law, Adina advises her clients on questions related to private nuisance; project and activity compliance with federal, provincial or local environmental standards; issuance of environmental authorisations; environmental issues such as the characterisation of soil, rehabilitation programmes, drafting and publication of contamination and decontamination notices, contaminated soil management and decontamination; and recycling and recovery of residual materials.
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