ECOH Now Offers Property Condition Assessments

Maintaining or purchasing a commercial, multi-residential, or industrial property can seem a daunting and bureaucratic process involving regulatory red tape and unexpected expenses. Making sure your budget is rooted in robust, fact-based information when planning for property maintenance, purchasing or (re)financing will provide peace of mind and satisfy your lender, investor or other stakeholders.

By |2024-01-31T11:33:38-05:00September 8, 2023|Environmental Compliance, News|Comments Off on ECOH Now Offers Property Condition Assessments

ECOH Increases our Footprint in National Capital Region!

At ECOH, clients and people are at the core of our business. As a result of our continued growth, we have expanded our reach into the National Capital Region to provide clients with a local response. Our technical team of experts will be able to meet your environmental, health and safety needs, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week!

By |2024-01-17T08:22:57-05:00May 2, 2023|News, Thought Leadership|Comments Off on ECOH Increases our Footprint in National Capital Region!

ECOH’s Senior Associate Featured in CBC News

ECOH’s Senior Industrial Hygiene Associate, Marianne Levitsky was recently featured in an article by CBC News, Employers hope to breathe easier and limit COVID-19 infections by improving ventilation. Marianne addressed the vital importance of clean air...

By |2024-01-03T13:13:25-05:00August 31, 2021|News, Occupational Health|Comments Off on ECOH’s Senior Associate Featured in CBC News

ECOH Joins Hundreds of Canadian Scientists and Professionals Drawing Attention to Aerosol Transmission of COVID-19

On January 4, a coalition of Canadian scientists, physicians, occupational hygienists and others sent an open letter to government officials regarding aerosol...

By |2024-01-19T12:17:27-05:00January 13, 2021|News, Occupational Health|Comments Off on ECOH Joins Hundreds of Canadian Scientists and Professionals Drawing Attention to Aerosol Transmission of COVID-19

National Radon Action Month

With more Canadians than ever working from home, our potential for radon exposure has increased. A recent study published in the Journal of Applied Mathematic and Physics links the Covid-19 lockdown to an elevated risk of developing lung cancer...

By |2024-01-17T08:16:33-05:00November 19, 2020|Hazardous Materials, News|Comments Off on National Radon Action Month
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