Tervita Corporation operates as an environmentally focused waste service provider in Canada and the United States. It operates through two segments, Energy Services and Industrial Services. The Energy Services segment treats, recovers, and disposes fluids; provides oil terminalling and energy marketing services; processes and disposes solid materials; disposes oilfield-generated waste; offers onsite services using centrifugation or other processes for heavy oil producers involved in mining and in situ production; and purchases and sells oil volumes with treatment, recovery, terminalling, and disposal services. The Industrial Services segment provides site remediation, facility decommissioning, water treatment, sludge and slurry management, bio-remediation and technologies, technical, environmental liability management, emergency response, and rail services, as well as hazardous and non-hazardous waste management, and disposal services. This segment also offers recycling services that include purchase and processing of ferrous and non-ferrous metals recovered from demolition sites and other locations. As of December 31, 2020, the company operated 103 active waste processing, disposal, and industrial facilities, including 44 treatment, recovery, and disposal facilities; eight stand-alone disposal wells; three cavern disposal facilities; eight onsite facilities; 22 engineered landfills; three transfer stations; one naturally occurring radioactive material facility; nine bioremediation facilities; and five metals recycling facilities. It serves oil and gas industry, and industrial and natural resource sectors. The company was formerly known as CCS Corporation and changed its name to Tervita Corporation in March 2012. Tervita Corporation was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.