Interested in gaining instant authority and recognition as a Canadian environmental leader?
ECO Canada’s EP Employer designation helps companies recruit and retain environmental professionals, access industry-leading training programs, and elevate their presence in the environmental sector.
Spotlights of a few of our EP Employers!
Bishop Water is a rapidly growing Canadian company dedicated to developing easy-to-use, low-energy and affordable solutions for solids management and nutrient removal. For more than 20 years, their highly experienced teams have focused on developing and optimizing technologies that provide the best operational, economical and environmental benefits without the cost and complexity of alternative solutions.
Helping Nature Heal creates and restores beautiful, sustainable ecosystems that connect people with nature. In doing so, it encourages environmental awareness, stewardship, self-sufficiency, and resilience in individuals and the community. The organization practices Ecological Restoration, which is defined as the practice of renewing and restoring degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystems and habitats in the environment by active human intervention and action.
Conuma Resources is a steelmaking coal producer based in Northeast British Columbia, Canada. The organization is part of the global steel supply chain, producing high-quality steelmaking coal for leading global steelmakers. They integrate economic, environmental and social principles to create sustainable value for employees, business partners, and communities. Conuma Resources is also the 2023 ECO IMPACT Top Employer Award recipient!
Northern Mat & Bridge (NMB) specializes in providing safe, cost-effective temporary access products and solutions for energy industries across North America: including transmission & distribution, pipeline, oil & gas, wind, potash, forestry, LNG and more. The organization’s products and services deliver safe and environmentally responsible solutions to prepare companies for accessing sensitive terrains, such as farmlands and native grasslands, as well as responding to environmental emergencies.
At NorthRiver Midstream, energy is done differently. Delivering energy for today’s world requires respect for our environment. With over 60 years of experience, NorthRiver is building a different energy infrastructure company, leveraging assets and talented people to provide new and innovative solutions for our customers. They deliver the energy the world needs, right from Western Canada. The organization is committed to being conscious of how operations impact the environment, from land reclamation to wildlife sensitivity, to reducing climate emissions.
Tor Land Resource is a small company of well-educated and experienced earth scientists, field assistants, CADD specialists, and associated professionals who strive for excellence in serving the aggregate industry in Alberta. TorLand provides exceptional plans and strategic support for the aggregate industry, applies the latest technology, and strives to meet and exceed legislative and regulatory compliance related to the industry.
CBCL is committed to creating a positive and lasting impact on people and the planet by providing world-class multidisciplinary engineering and environmental consulting services. CBCL’s diverse team offers technical excellence and exceptional service. The organization considers every project’s short and long-term social, environmental, and sustainable effectiveness. CBCL states, “As an EP Employer, CBCL has committed to endorsing the importance of human resources in the environmental sector and considers industry best practices in the pursuit of recruitment, onboarding and staff management activities.”
Napoleon is a leading producer of grills, fireplaces, and HVAC products. At Napoleon, the organization is committed to continuously resetting the bar for meaningful sustainability in the industry. This means reducing manufacturing waste in facilities, offering products and features that help reduce carbon footprints in the home, and supporting communities as they grow.
Full list of valued EP Employer organizations include:
To qualify for EP Employer status, you must:
- Align with the EP Employer Core Values
- Hire professionals who have appropriate skills and knowledge to support business objectives
- Recognize employee performance
- Encourage professional development
- Promote good employee productivity and motivation
- Encourage communication between management and employees
- Promote social and environmental responsibility and business ethics
- Uphold the EP Code of Ethics
ECO Canada is grateful for the ongoing community of professionals maximizing their growth in the environmental sector. Our Environmental Professionals are the future of green careers! Learn more about becoming an EP employer at eco.ca.