and urban forest epidemics
Our most elaborate work is on the emerald ash borer. Our approach integrates the global dynamic of managing the potentially high volumes of green waste generated from catastrophic events such as an EAB infestation.
The complexity related to early detection of the emerald ash borer requires the capacity to react quickly when tree preservation is a priority. This reality, among others, illustrates the complexity of coordinating activities in a given domain where most actions are generally independent.
Our intervention approach for the emerald ash borer infestation emphasizes the strategies of prevention, communication, action and planning.
This approach develops unique and adapted solutions to provide perspectives for valorizing more than 90% of the wood generated from felled trees.
Our experts believe that well coordinated planning, communication, detection, response and local salvaging will limit the spread of insects or their causal agents.
The harmonization of this thought is at the heart of our research and analysis of our clients needs. Imperatively, we monitor and keep up to date with ongoing research and current developments from Canadian and American government agencies.
Our experts work to develop specialized solutions specific to each situation in order to provide the right tools that lead to effective decisions.
Our services take into account the reality of each situation and provide modeled scenarios, always respecting the regulation requirements of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.