Kay Kim is a Senior Sediment Remediation Specialist at the Great Lakes Area of Concern, Environment and Climate Change Canada and is involved in sediment remediation projects in Lake Superior and other areas. She has worked with offshore oil and gas, and pulp and paper mill environmental effects monitoring programs on the east coast, and with the Aquatic Science Section and Disposal at Sea programs on the west coast.
Articles By Kay Kim
Randle Reef at Hamilton Harbour, an Area of Concern (AOC), is the largest site in Canada contaminated with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). A collaboration of municipal and federal entities is working on remediation measures.