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    Canadian named Young Tunneller of the Year

    Michael Mains, a senior design lead with AECOM in Vancouver, has capped off the first decade of his career with the 2021 Young Tunneller of the Year award from the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association.
  • CSA Group takes lighting services to California

    CSA Group takes lighting services to California

    CSA Group promises to hasten turnaround times for getting lighting products into the marketplace through centralized offering of testing, inspection and certification services,
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    Sustainability disclosure centered in Montreal

    Montreal and Frankfurt will serve as host cities for the newly forged International Sustainability Standards Board, tasked with developing global disclosure standards to guide investors and capital markets.

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    Subpar waste diversion trails Ontario target

    About 85 per cent of waste from Ontario's businesses, public institutions, residential buildings with six or more units and construction/demolition sites ends up in landfill, including a vast amount of recyclable material.
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    Daily vigilance is central to achieving operational energy savings, but rare decisions typically have the most acute carbon consequences in buildings.

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