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As of January 27, 2023, all Canadian City Directory projects will be delivered as Excel files, and will replace Word as the output format. Please contact your Regional Account Manager or our knowledgeable Client Service team for more information or assistance.


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Dirty Business: Ontario’s Province-Wide Cleanup Of Excess Soil

Dirt in Ontario is a massive problem. Excavations produce what the government estimates is close to 25 million cubic metres of excess soils per year, which is expected to exceed landfill capacity by 2032.

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The Environmental Due Diligence


ERIS innovates intuitive, responsive environmental data solutions to make your work life easier.

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ERIS Xplorer Tool

— Our powerful map interface products lets you zoom in on any location and find the environmental data you need.

Database Reports

— Doing a Phase I, Phase II, remediation, loan, insurance or legal assessment? You need fast, accurate environmental risk information.

Mobile Field App

— Our Mobile app lets you take our powerful tools with you onsite. See locations data, gather and label photos, even complete site checklists.

Industry News

Canada: scientists discover new method to break down toxic ‘forever chemicals’

Mar 22, 2023 - University of British Columbia researchers develop silica-based material with ability to absorb wider range of harmful chemicals.


Top climate scientists urge swift action for Canada and the world in critical decade for change

Mar 21, 2023 - A climate bomb is ticking, and the latest report from the world’s leading climate science body is a how-to guide for defusing it, says United Nations Secretary General António Guterres.


One of Japan’s Most Revered Architects Says the World Should Build Less

Mar 20, 2023 - Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, whose projects explore connections between natural and man-made systems, said the world should limit new construction to reduce the climate impact of the built environment.