Airzone Gains MTO RAQS Registration
Airzone is happy to announce that we have gained acceptance onto the Ministry of Transportation?s (MTO) Registry, Appraisal and Qualification System (RAQS). This accreditation awards Airzone the eligibility to work on MTO-related air quality projects, including Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs). These projects can include, but are not limited to, air quality modelling, ambient monitoring, etc. Airzone has a long history of involvement with EIAs, and has recently been involved in two that have required emissions assessments and modelling of traffic activity and related pollutants. This recognition is further proof of Airzone?s experience and expertise in traffic air quality studies.
For further information on how this can help you contact Franco DiGiovanni at ext. 102, or fdi-giovanni[at]airzoneone.com.
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