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« They are an extraordinary hard-working team and we would highly recommend them to anyone requiring services in this area »
David McLennan, President
Halifax Renewable Energy Corp.
« We asked Enviro-access to verify our GHG emissions within the framework of an innovative carbon-neutrality agreement. This mandate required great rigor and the Enviro-access team was brilliant in rising to the challenge. »
André Longpré, Director Engineering and Sustainable Development
National Bank of Canada

A leader in GHG verification and validation

For 20 years now, Enviro-access fosters the emergence and supports the development of innovative projects and companies contributing to the improvement of the quality of the environment and to sustainable development. Aware of its clientele needs, Enviro-access team began to develop and expand its expertise in greenhouse gases (GHG) sector in 2005.

Enviro-access is proud to be the very first private firm in Canada to obtain ISO 14065 accreditation from the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) as an independent validation and verification body.

We are now fully accredited for those technical scopes:

ORGANIZATION :

  • General : Service
  • General Manufacturing
  • Power Generation and Electric Power Transactions: Power Generation
  • Power Generation and Electric Power Transactions : Electric Power Transactions
  • Mining & Mineral Production
  • Metals Production
  • Chemical Production
  • Oil & Gaz extraction, Production & Refining including Petrochemicals
  • Waste Handling & Disposal
  • Agriculture, Forestry & Other Land Use (AFOLU)
PROJECT – Validation :

  • GHG Emission Reductions from fuel combustion: Renewable energy production
  • GHG Emission Reductions from fuel combustion: Transportation
  • GHG Emission Reductions & Removals from Agriculture, Forestry & Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Decomposition of Waste Material, Handling and Disposal

PROJECT – Verification :

  • GHG Emission Reductions from industrial processes
  • GHG Emission Reductions from fuel combustion: Transportation
  • GHG Emission Reductions & Removals from Agriculture, Forestry & Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Decomposition of Waste Material, Handling and Disposal

 

A significant experience

Since 2005, Enviro-access has carried out close to one hundred mandates to quantify, validate or verify GHG emissions for both small and large manufacturing companies as well as for many municipal organizations and government agencies.

Here is a list of our principal clients for validation and verification (this list is not exhaustive):

  • National Bank of Canada
  • Bell Canada
  • Cascades
  • Chimie ParaChem
  • Ciment Québec
  • Cliff Natural Resources
  • Colacem Canada
  • Domtar
  • Gaz Métro
  • Génivar
  • Glencore Raglan
  • Halifax Renewable Energy Corporation
  • Lantic
  • Newalta
  • Owens Corning
  • Papier Masson
  • PF Arbec S.E.N.C.
  • PF Résolu
  • Rio Tinto Alcan
  • RockTenn
  • SNC-Lavalin
  • Sobeys
  • Société Immobilière du Québec
  • Suncor
  • Teledyne Dalsa
  • Tembec
  • TRT ETGO
  • Ultramar

A strong expertise

Our experts are amongst the most experienced professionals in GHG emissions in Canada. All our experts have received ISO 14064 training and have applied the GHG emissions quantification process several times.

Enviro-access is entitled to verify GHG inventories and to validate and verify greenhouse gas emissions reduction in the framework of:

  • The Quebec’s Regulation respecting mandatory reporting of certain emissions of contaminants into the atmosphere
  • The Quebec’s Regulation respecting a cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gas emission allowances
  • GHG Reduction Project for CSA’s EcoProjects® Registry
  • Program for the treatment of organic materials by biomethanation and composting (PTMOBC)
  • Protocol for the quantification of greenhouse gas emissions attributable to the manufacture of structural materials for various building scenarios (CECOBOIS)
  • Nova Scota Regulation  193/2018
  • Federal Output-Based Pricing System (OBPS)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Regulation 14/17 – Management of Greenhouse Gas Reporting Regulations (Reg. 14/17)
  • The British Columbia Pacific Carbon Trust
  • The Alberta Specified Gas Emitters Regulation
  • The Ontario Regulation 390/18
  • The Quebec’s Programme d’aide visant la réduction ou l’évitement des émissions des émissions de gaz à effet de serre (PAREGES).

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