Grande Environmental

Mould Asbestos Indoor Air Quality

Mould, Asbestos, Indoor Air Quality

  • Mould and Water Damage Assessments
   Air sampling for mould, moisture assessments, 
  • Asbestos Building Material Surveys
   Bulk sampling, prepare removal specifications
  • Indoor Air Quality Investigations
   Sampling for VOC's, CO, CO2, formaldehyde, particulate, radon
  • Energy Management Solutions and Solar Power
   Monitor and control electricity consumption, solar PV systems 
  • Building Restorations
   Manage and coordinate various trades and contractors  
  • Environmental Assessments
   Phase I, Phase II, Phase II, soil and water sampling                                                  
  • Salvaging and Recycling 
   Salvageable materials assessments, waste diversion 

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Call us at 416-451-3004 if you are faced with any of the situations below: 

  • You found mould growing in your basement or a dark corner in your house

  • Employees or members of the public have complained about the indoor air quality in your building

  • Your home has suffered water damage and you need to assess the risk of mould or bacteria contamination

  • Some building materials have been discovered in the building you live or work in which are suspected to be asbestos-containing

We can respond to your emergency

within 2 hours in the GTA   


Call 416-451-3004


If you are a building owner and need assistance dealing with the Designated Substances Regulation, Ontario Regulation 490/09, or the Asbestos Regulation, Ontario Regulation 278/05, made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Grande Environmental can help you.

Breathe easy with Grande Environmental Projects Ltd. We can help you optimize your buildings indoor environmental quality. Members of Grande Environmental's team include Certified Industrial Hygienists and LEED Professionals. 

A Certified Industrial Hygienist, in Canada also known as Registered Occupational Hygienist, is a person who is trained to understand how indoor environments may affect health in the workplace. Chemical agents such as lead or asbestos, physical agents such as radon or excessive heat, and biological agents such as mould and bacteria, all must be handled in a responsible manner by trained practitioners.     

A LEED Professional is someone who is committed to sustainability while at the same time ensures that the indoor environmental quality is optimized within a building. Thinking green when it comes to buildings means considering not only the environmental impact of materials and construction, but also the physical and psychological health of the occupants. 

If you are looking for expert advise and are not willing to pay more than you have too, call 416-451-3004.