Danny McInnis

Senior Consultant

Mr. McInnis has worked in the environmental field for over thirty years.  Mr. McInnis was the PEI Department of Environment, Labour and Justice regulator for petroleum hydrocarbon remediation and was instrumental in the development of the Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Regulations (PHRR) that is based on the Atlantic PIRI (Partnership in RBCA (Risk-Based Corrective Action) Implementation).  Mr. McInnis was also an original member of the Atlantic PIRI committee and served as co-chair during his term.  Mr. McInnis has been involved with various programs aimed at preventing groundwater impacts, properly assessing groundwater impacts, and properly cleaning up contaminants in the environment, and has accumulated a variety of experience in each discipline.

Tasks undertaken for Prevention of Groundwater Impacts include:

  • management of Petroleum Storage Tank Program, and
  • technical advisor to committees responsible for writing regulations and fire code

Tasks undertaken for Assessment of Groundwater Impacts include:

  • supervision of test or drilling programs to investigate possible environmental impact,
  • analysis of data obtained from field work,
  • as a member of Atlantic PIRI (Partnerships in RBCA (Risk Based Correction Actions) Implementation) produced the Atlantic PIRI user Guidance Documentation, and
  • Regulatory review of environmental consultants’ assessments for approval.

Tasks undertaken for Clean-Up of Groundwater Impacts include:

  • design, supervision and coordination of the installation and operation of various environmental remediation systems,
  • collection and analysis of site or remediation system monitoring,
  • regulatory review of environmental consultants’ remediation efforts,
  • communication to educate affected parties on risk and liability, and
  • regulatory approval for site closure.


Electronic Engineering Technology – Holland College
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 1973-1975


  • 1996 EC’s Ecological Risk Assessment at Contaminated Sites Course, Gowen Environmental 1997
  • Contaminated and Hazardous Waste Site Management Course, 1998
  • ARBC Modeling Training, 1999
  • NSCC Hydrogeological Field Methods
  • NGA 2002 MTBE Assessment
  • Remediation and Policy Conference/Course
  • HC 2004 Human Health Risk Assessment Course
  • HC 2006 Workshop on Bio-accessibility/Bioavailability in Contaminated Sites Assessment
  • AWMA 2007 Assessment
  • Modeling and Mitigation of Soil Vapour Intrusion Course
  • 1998 ARBCA Modeling Training
  • 2006 HC Communicating Health Risk Information to Stakeholders Training
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