CMTL offers a variety of services to help identify workplace environmental issues/threats by preforming indoor air quality testing, monitoring air quality issues such as airborne asbestos and asbestos testing, Mould and Mould testing, emissions testing and site remediation consultations. CMTL is equipped with the latest analytical instrumentation and offers rapid response, on-site analytical services. CMTL provides full service detailed reporting based upon current standards, science and professionally trained certified technicians. Our staff are experts in their fields; Air quality experts, Mould experts and Asbestos experts. CMTL services are often useful for pre-start health and safety reviews of any process or substance that may result in the exposure of a worker to any of the designated substances.

Often in enclosed buildings, particularly those associated with industry, poor ventilation can lead to undesirable conditions for employees. CMTL offers a variety of services to help you identify threats, monitor air quality, and make recommendations for solving indoor air quality issues.

Noise is a common problem in many workplaces in the modern world. While primarily only a nuisance, at high enough levels, noise can pose a substantial risk to personnel. CMTL has the equipment and expertise to conduct noise monitoring and analysis to ensure that noise in your workplace does not put people at risk.

Determination of toxic contaminant levels within soil is performed using the latest analytical instrumentation, including Gas Chromatography (GC), Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometer (GCMS), and Ion Chromatography (IC).

Determination of toxic contaminant levels within both industrial/municipal wastewater, sewage and storm water streams is performed using the latest analytical instrumentation.

Stack and Plant Emissions:

Compliance testing to the Ministry of the Environment's guidelines and procedures is performed as per Regulation 346 and Regulation 127 of the Environmental Protection Act.

Applications for a new or an amendment to a prior Certificate of Approval are done as per Section 5 of Regulation 346, 'Procedure for Preparing an Emission Summary and Dispersion Modeling Report'.

Continuous airborne contaminant discharge monitoring and reporting is performed as per Regulation 127 for updating of the Ministry of the Environments National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI).

Sampling and Analysis of Stack Emissions as per MOE Regulation 346 Total Particulates (Metals, Oils and Resins)Total Volatile Organic Compounds (Odouriferous Solvents) Oven Exhausts

Important Applicable Standards & Regulations:

Ontario Regulation 278/05 - Designated Substance - Asbestos on Construction Projects and in Buildings and Repair Operations, Ontario Regulation 279/05 (837/90) - Designated Substance - AsbestosEPA/600/R-93/116 - Method for the Determination of Asbestos in Bulk Building Materials