Articles

  • Asbestos Surveys: Cutting Corners Can Cost You!

Asbestos Surveys: Cutting Corners Can Cost You!

  • January 16th, 2017

Having completed, directed and managed many Asbestos Surveys at various types of commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-tenant residential buildings over the last 15 years what continues to amaze me is the lackadaisical attitude of some building owners and consultants.

  • XCG & Partners in Project Green

XCG & Partners in Project Green

  • March 28th, 2015

Eco-Business Leader Feature
As part of the Partners in Project Green Water Stewardship Performance Committee and a member of the collective stormwater infrastructure project vendor network, XCG makes an invaluable contribution to the Pearson Eco-Business Zone community.

  • The Resiliency Game

The Resiliency Game

  • November 1st, 2013

After this summer's costly and tragic floods, how are municipalities preparing for the new normal?

  • Understanding Geoexchange – Heat Pump Technology

Understanding Geoexchange – Heat Pump Technology

  • July 1st, 2011

GEOEXCHANGE, also known as ground-source or geothermal heat pump technology, takes advantage of the abundant low-grade solar thermal energy that’s stored in the ground year-round--free energy under our feet. This

  • Reducing Carbon Footprint Saves Money

Reducing Carbon Footprint Saves Money

  • February 26th, 2011

Phrases like "climate change," "carbon footprint," and "greenhouse gas" have been in common use for a while now, but what do they really mean to the average business or institution in Ontario? Scientific studies have shown that

  • Making Trades

Making Trades

  • May 31st, 2010

Water quality trading could become a reality in the Lake Simcoe watershed if the provincial government decides to develop a water quality trading regulation following consultations on a recent report posted on Ontario’s

  • Remediation Resources

Remediation Resources

  • May 1st, 2009

The NRTEE counts as many as 30,000 brownfields across Canada. Few of those are in urban mega-centres. What will it take to get the smaller sites remediated?

  • It’s Quality That Brings Success

It’s Quality That Brings Success

  • November 1st, 2006

Consider the following: When you seek legal advice, do you choose a lawyer that simply offers the lowest price? What about a dentist? Or a financial advisor? The answer is no – you make yourchoice based on demonstrated