Tiger Chosen for Demanding Monitoring Requirements
Handheld PID instrument helps ensure the health & safety of a project team – detecting hydrocarbon emissions that may arise during a major clean-up operation
Englobe was established in Canada over 50 years ago and is one of Canada’s largest firms specializing in the areas of soil, materials, and environmental engineering.
Englobe is distinguished by its wide range of services, its presence across Canada, providing close proximity to clients, and its customized approach that runs the gamut from consulting to turnkey project implementation. Over the years, Englobe has acquired credibility and a reputation for people-centered values.
Englobe attaches great importance to its employees’ health and safety, whether they are operating soil treatment and biomass reclamation facilities or working at its laboratories and in the field. Englobe has made it a priority to raise awareness of occupational hazards among its staff and their adoption of safe habits and behaviors in the performance of their daily tasks is therefore critical.
When a worldwide leader in integrated environmental services, EnGlobe Corp, required highly sensitive photoionization (PID) devices for the daily monitoring of potential hydrocarbon emissions during its demanding River Kishon dredging project in Israel, it chose two handheld Tiger volatile organic compound (VOC) detectors from ION Science.
James O’Hara, Monitoring Manager at EnGlobe Corp:
“The River Kishon project is high profile and represents a first for EnGlobe. The monitoring requirements are extremely varied and demanding with Environmental Samplers monitoring 40 locations per day, on the main site, boundaries and river.”
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