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Webinar Recording: FortisBC – New & Emerging Energy Upgrade Incentives

FortisBC and Clean BC have recently announced significant and generous incentive funding for energy studies and capital upgrades to heating and cooling systems for existing commercial, institutional, industrial, and multi-unit…

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Webinar Recording: Utilizing Technology Within Your Buildings To Manage The Risk Of COVID-19

COVID-19 has presented significant challenges to building owners and managers. The indoor environment requires significant re-calibration for safe re-occupancy of spaces. Public health professionals have provided an 18-24 month timeline…

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Webinar Recording: Ventilation & Re-Occupancy of Schools during COVID-19

On September 17th, Pinchin Ltd. hosted a one hour complimentary webinar – Ventilation & Re-Occupancy of Schools during COVID-19, where our subject matter experts and special guest Jeffrey Seigel, discussed what school boards can do to safely manage the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

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Webinar Recording: Legionella Issues in Buildings in the Era of COVID-19

Covid-19 has put many of our buildings into a low or no occupancy mode. Lower flow rates and a less frequent maintenance schedule can cause legionella to form in buildings….

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Webinar Recording: COVID-19 Business Re-Occupancy

On June 18th, Pinchin Ltd. hosted a one hour complimentary webinar – COVID-19 Business Re-Occupancy, where we were able to bring together risk assessment and air quality professionals to present and discuss ideas on how we can best navigate this new paradigm.

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Webinar Recording: How To Manage Your Building HVAC System During COVID-19

On May 27th, Pinchin Ltd. hosted a one-hour complimentary webinar, where our panel of experts discussed what can be done to safely manage your ventilation systems during COVID-19.

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Webinar Recording: COVID-19 Building Re-Occupancy for the Real Estate Sector

In most parts of Canada, we are levelling the curve of infections and coming through the worst of this phase of COVID-19. Currently, there are no specific processes to safely…

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