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We can help if you have a Mandatory Environmental Assessment Order issued by the City, Bank or by CAS.

Environmental Assessment

Haverkate & Associates is an indoor environmental testing and consulting company servicing Toronto Ontario and surrounding regions.  We provide indoor air quality and environmental assessments for residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.

Haverkate & Associates specializes in indoor air quality testing as well as indoor mould growth assessments.  We can provide general air quality tests to customized environmental assessments.  Our services also include sick-building syndrome or building related illness investigations, marijuana grow house environmental assessments, pre-purchase residential inspections and forensic mould litigation consulting.

We perform all of our investigations according to the latest United States and Canadian standards using the the most innovative instruments and tools available.  Haverkate & Associates pioneered the use of Certified Mould Detection Dogs in Canada as well as Thermal Imaging and cryoblasting for mould inspection and remediation projects.

Our aim in any building investigation, large or small, is to systematically determine the environmental status, hazards and sources of pollution as well as providing concrete and permanent solutions for its occupants.

Please give us a call and we will be happy to discuss your indoor environmental needs.

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Did you know?

Fact:  In 1994 Ministry of Health Canada and the EPA in the United States made direct links between polluted indoor spaces and a variety of health problems.  The EPA found that on average pollution indoors can be 6 to 10 times higher than the outside air in most cities.

Employers can now be criminally liable for poor indoor air quality:
Bill C-45, an act to amend the Criminal Code, will come into force March 31, 2004. Bill-C45 amends the criminal code to clearly define who is responsible for the safety of persons in the workplace and to allow for prosecution under charges of “criminal negligence” when those responsibilities are recklessly or willfully disregarded.  This includes poor working conditions due to poor indoor air quality.