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Contaminated Site Regulations in Canada Webinar

Join us on July 27 at 1pm EST to learn strategies to manage the legal, safety and reputation risks for contaminated sites in Canada.

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Join the ECO Canada Research Community

Help shape the future of environmental research! Share your insights and knowledge with our Research Community.

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Environmental Health & Safety Snapshot

Diverse skills mean opportunity in Environmental Health & Safety. See this month’s Snapshot of Supply and Demand to gain further insights about this area.

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Annual Membership Fees for Certification Due

Renew your EP, EPt or EP Auditor certification by June 30 to remain certified. Log into your member account to pay your invoice.

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ECO Canada is advising the public of fraudulent door-to-door activity in which the field service technician identifies themselves as a ECO Canada employee. ECO Canada does not sell at your home or provide home services. We’ll contact you by phone, mail or email to discuss your account. If you ever have questions or could use our help, please get in touch with us.

Anyone who is approached by an ECO Canada salesperson or technician at home should contact their local police, and report the incident to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre by telephone at 1-888-495-8501, through their Web site or by email.

 

Training

Training from ECO Canada teaches you skills that would otherwise take years to learn — the kind of skills you can apply right away, so you start seeing immediate results.

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FEATURED WEBINAR: CONTAMINATED SITE REGULATIONS IN CANADA

 

Mitigate legal, safety and reputational risks for contaminated sites.

Join Supriya Tandan on July 27 as she shares trends, up-to-date knowledge and case studies related to contaminated sites regulations.

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Certification

There are over 3,000 nationally recognized Environmental Professionals in Canada.

Join their ranks and discover how an industry-leading Environmental Professional (EP) Certification can set you apart from the competition.

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Accreditation

Raise the profile of your post-secondary program as an elite, nationally-recognized program that meets industry needs with our accreditation program.

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Internships

Receive up to $15,000 in wage subsidies when you hire a young professional in our Environmental Youth Corps (EYC) Internship Program.

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BEAHR

Our BEAHR training programs have helped Aboriginal communities develop technical environmental skills and foster rewarding careers.

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