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Working with Waste Incineration Technology
Dr. Yogendra Chaudhry, Vice-President, ECO Canada has previously worked with incinerator manufacturers and incinerator operators to ensure that organizations understood the incineration requirements, good operational practices and meet environment, health and safety requirements. He shares his experience in the following Q & A.
Attend the 2015 Auditing Association of Canada Conference
Join our friends at the 2015 Auditing Association of Canada Conference on September 16-18, 2015 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Out in the field? Experience the zen-like calm of Inbox Zero
When you’re out in the field with limited internet access, staying up-to-date on work emails can be a real challenge. Check out these tips from guest expert Dawn O’Connor to reach the zen of “Inbox Zero!”
EYC Internships to create over 100 jobs this year
Eligible employers can receive up to $12,000 to hire interns for environmental jobs in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. Learn more.
ECO Canada and NSDC sign agreement
ECO Canada and NSDC have signed an agreement recognizing our shared commitment to help connect qualified workers with jobs.
5 Signs you should work in environmental consulting
Whether you’re looking to start your environmental career or transition into a new one, how do you know if you should work in environmental consulting? Find out the 5 signs.
Top paying environmental jobs in Canada
While there are other incentives and benefits, salary compensation remains a top factor in employee satisfaction. Learn the top paying environmental jobs and how your salary compares to the national average.
How to get your foot-in-the-door with environmental employers
Knowing where to look for the right employment opportunities is both an art and a science. If you’re looking to find an environmental job, what is the best way to connect with environmental employers?
4 Types of engagement: which one are you?
Engagement is not a simple case of all or nothing, but a more complicated matter of degree. Along this spectrum, ECO Canada has identified 4 specific types – which one sounds most familiar to you?
Survival skills taught by Parkland College
What’s it like to participate in one of our BEAHR Training Programs? Find out in this article by guest writer Breanne Massey.